Best Diaper Bags

Moms: what’s your fave diaper bag for 2 babies(2 under 1 for a few days) Dad’s: what’s your fave diaper bag for 2 babies?

  • Erika
    Dec 07

    I have two under two and this is the BEST purchase I’ve made. So much room!! It also fits my phone and wallet so it doubles as my purse, and it’s a backpack so you have your hands and arms free, love, love it.

  • Bailey
    Dec 07

    @Erika this is the diaper bag I currently use and I love it! I just wasn’t sure if there is something better out there. The only problem I’ve had is one of the pockets ripped on the side but it’s probably because I over stuffed it with diapers lol

  • AdamAnt
    Dec 07

    We use a backpack. 👍🏻 It’s not a fancy backpack designed for baby stuff - it’s a sturdy, multi-zipper pouched one that we made sure had plenty of storage & comfy shoulder straps.

  • Christa
    Dec 07

    The REI day bag- it’s just a good old fashioned back pack, but it’s classy, clean looking- easy to clean, and not the traditional looking diaper bag with polka dots and butterflies!!! We love it and my husband will even carry it around!!!! 🙂

  • Bailey
    Dec 07

    @AdamAnt I figured my husband will just end up using a backpack lol all our dad friends use one.

  • Julie
    Dec 07

    I use a big Vera Bradley bag!

  • Ivy
    Dec 07

    I use a Jujube bag/backpack and really love it! The straps are built comfortably and don’t dig into my shoulders. That was really important to me because I tend to overpack or even carry my dsl camera. Their bags also unzip around the rim in a way where you can access things better and they have lots of hidden pockets. I looked at a lot of pricey bags and watched so many YouTube reviews of other brands, that just didn’t offer a lot and were just for looks but not exactly great in function. When I went to BuyBuy Baby (or bed bath and beyond— can’t remember), I checked out their bag selection and when I saw the Jujube bags, they just seemed like a well thought out brand. Also, 20% off is always great with those stores!

  • MamaNukesYopolo
    Dec 07

    Backpack is key for 2 or more young ones. Things on shoulders inevitably take out a baby. I used a regular backpack but having the wipes container attached on the outside is a Game changer. I use a graco one right now (got it when I entered 3 under 4)

  • Anonymous
    Dec 07

    I love birdling bags. I have the middle size and it’s big, but I’m an overpacker type. I bought cheap clear plastic makeup bags on amazon to help organize diapers/wipes, spare clothes etc. I had a danzo bag that was nice, but didn’t cut it when I had three under four. Doesn’t have same maneuverability as a backpack, but my oldest was a runner so I brought a stroller everywhere in case I needed to corral everyone and left the bag in the basket. Thinking of adding a birdling backpack or maybe a Herschel to the mix for when I want something smaller.

  • Karla
    Dec 09

    @Erika or @Baily what type of backpack is in the picture?

  • Erika
    Dec 11

    The brand is halova 😊

  • Indy
    Dec 11

    A backpack!! I can just throw it in my back and keep it moving... one section for snacks, another for diapering stuff and then extra clothes and blankets... plus my own stuff

  • Bailey
    Dec 14

    @karla -there’s a bunch of different brand of the same style too! Obviously the more expensive ones are more durable and waterproof. I bought a generic brand for $30 and have been pretty pleased with it. I had a backpack diaper back from Walmart and it was so awful!

  • Stephy
    Dec 16

    Backpack, esp a hiking backpack like the Osprey Palea is best I found. Has a front stuff area that holds my toddler’s foldable toilet seat on the fly and is close by for an emergency, the compartments and pockets are plentiful for backup clothes storage (I use luggage cubes to separate things and different kids clothes) and snacks and sunscreen/chapstick/creams; a mesh bottle pocket on each side (for each kid) and they will not flop around but hold tight, compression straps to keep the bag as small as possible and also not flop around, a foldable kickstand within the bag so that the bag won’t flop over when you need to set it down and root through it, an internal frame to help with load weight, an air mesh ventilated back so your back doesn’t get sweaty (and also handy to shove a thin diaper changing pad with wipes in it for easy on hand use. It has a belt that an be tucked away to stabilize the load and good durable straps, esp for the top area to hang that won’t rip out like cheap bags. https://www.amazon.com/Osprey-Packs-Daypack-Mariposa-Purple/dp/B06WLL642S/ref=asc_df_B06WLL642S/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=XXX-XXXX01&hvpos=1o4&hvnetw=g&hvrand=XXX-XXXXXXX-XXXX&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=XXX-XXXX&hvtargid=pla-3XXX-XXXX0&psc=1 I also have an old Kelty brand kid carrier that has a backpack area which I store diaper bag stuff that’s separated out in luggage cubes. I love it because I can carry the kid and stuff and not have to haul (and fold up) a stroller (and get in shape!) the newer ones look nice but it’s hard to get myself to purchase another as they are pricey and the youngest looks like he’s fixing to walk soon.