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What To Pack In A Diaper Bag

Remember that chic purse you used to carry, the one that just barely fit your lipstick, cell phone, and a little cash? These days, your bag may be approximately 20 times the size, and the essentials a little less glam—but, hey, look at that cute baby! Moms from Huggies’ Facebook community share the stuff they always have in their diaper bag.
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"Disposable changing pads for public bathroom changes—yuck!"— Jamie F.

"Hand sanitizer."—Heather C.

"Extra shirt for Mom. I have been peed on." —Angel C.

"Emergency TOY! So when my 2-year-old throws a fit in public, I can end it just long enough to get to the car!"— Megan R.

"A bag to use for disposals, until they can be thrown away properly."— Natalie V.

"Everything but the kitchen sink: diapers, wipes, extra clothes, food and spoon, snack, bottles, cocoa butter lip balm, Q tips, medicine, thermometer, toy, paci, blanket, wallet, coupons, blah blah blah."—Rebecca D.

"Pacifier!"—Catherine B.

"Snacks, snacks, and more snacks!"—Lilliana G.

"Vinegar in a mini spray bottle, a safe way to sanitize shopping carts, changing table, tables, etc."— Brittany H.

"OF COURSE diapers and wipes are of utmost importance. But the next priority on my list: MY CAMERA!! I don't want to miss a single cute moment!"—Kelley S.

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  • Rated 0 out of 5 by 399reviewers.
    Rated 0 out of 5 by I use a diaper bag for everything. I put baby food, toys for ages baby to 5, as that is my oldest. Changing essentials, extra clothes for everyone, spoons, bibs, a bag with ointments and bandages, and the best thing to do is put everything is ziplock bags in case a bottle spills. I also have a small lunch box with a container full of pre made formula and ice packs. This ensures that it does not spoil. September 7, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by Good Advice. I have her a little backpack it works perfect. September 2, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by I bought a very expensive diaper bag before my baby was born after that I bought a backpack diaper bag found to hard to carry all his and my thing. Now six months later I got my old big purse and just put few things for both of us. August 29, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by Wish I would have had these tips when my son was first born! I had to rush home two or three times because I never packed an extra shirt from mom! BIG NO-NO, that should be a necessity. August 5, 2014
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