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I’m not sure about you, but I’m not a big fan of the diaper bag. Maybe it’s just my diaper bag or maybe it’s the fact I don’t want to carry around two bags. Either way I don’t carry a diaper bag I carry an oversized tote that doubles as a diaper bag. Yes, it’s possible.
The hustle and bustle of the holidays can be tough with a baby or toddler in tow. There are dozens of little mishaps that can occur along the way. As a parent, being prepared is key during the holiday season! Now is the time to ditch the diaper make and make traveling, shopping or navigating daily activities easy with one bag. #CVSHuggiesHeroes
How to Ditch your Diaper Bag
Step 1: Buy and oversized tote. I found the above all black Steve Madden bag on clearance at TJ Maxx for $32! Talk about score. [Tip: try to buy a bag that has a shoulder strap and cross-body strap.]
Step 2: Find/buy an oversized clutch. [Do you see a theme ;)] This will help keep all your baby items organized. Since I didn’t own anything big enough I picked up the above polka dot clutch at TJ Maxx for $15.
Step 3: Pack the clutch with the essentials — diapers & deposable bags, mini Lulujo Muslin blanket [for changing] extra change of clothes + beanie, healing balm [my go-to for everything!], and maybe a pouch or baby snack.
Step 4: Pick up a pack of #1 Branded Choice of Moms Huggies Clutch ‘n Clean Wipes from CVS. Until recently I had never used the Clutch ‘n Clean Wipes before, but they are brilliant and add a little fun to any bag. Plus, at first glance they don’t look like baby wipes. #winning
Don’t forget to check you local CVS store for the stylish dermatologically tested, mom approved Huggies Clutch ‘n Clean Wipes.
Have you ditched the diaper bag yet? Any tips?