Diaper Bag Checklist

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  • What's more convenient, backpack or large shoulder bag? Some prefer lots of pockets, others like more space. Select the bag you'll be able to tote around with ease.
  • Each parent or caregiver may have different prefrences. It's also good to have a backup bag in case you're in a rush and can't find it.
  • It's a quick fix for when you need to change your little one and can't get to the nursery.
  • In case baby's clothes get soiled, you'll have a backup.
  • Have at least 2 in case one is lost or dirtied.
  • ; ;Even if you breastfeed, it's a good idea to have some powder available.
  • To keep your little one occupied before, during and after changes.
  • For older babies and toddlers. These should be non-perishable munchables.
  • For after diaper changes when there's no sink in sight.
  • Have pediatrician's information on-hand, as well as any medical allergies or special needs.
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