Some of our favorite diaper bags that don't scream "diaper bag!"
Even though I'm only in my second trimester, I'm all about planning, so naturally, I've already bookmarked some of my most coveted diaper bags (thanks to Cool Mom Picks).
The more kids I added to my brood, the more I actually wanted (and needed) a smaller diaper bag.
As someone with a certified handbag addiction, you can bet that I've always been pretty picky about the diaper bags I carry, insisting that I should be able to use it long after my baby was out of diapers.
I've been noticing something in the land of designer bags these days. It's flashy. And shiny. And very, very cool. The metallic trend is popping up in handbags everywhere, but that doesn't mean that mamas can't be part of it, too with one of these 5 beautiful diaper bags.
Diaper bags are kind of like minivans. They are super practical, but don't exactly scream funky fresh. But this new Tokidoki and Ju Ju Be diaper bag collaboration is like taking your Honda Odyssey and making it a low rider.
As we start heading towards fall, I've got new diaper bags on the brain. (Why should back to school shopping time be just for the kids?) It's been a while since I took a look to see what diaper bag label JP Lizzy has been up to.
Considering how much we love all the products from 7am enfant, I'm not surprised at all that I'm in love with their new luxury diaper bag. I've seen many a stylish diaper bag that looks fantastic but doesn't exactly hold up to the test of kids and their 400 Cheerios and sippy cups.
When I first got a look at the newest designer diaper bag design from CMP fave Mia Bossi, I thought there was just no possible way that it was a diaper bag. But like their other bags we've been drooling over for years now, it is -- and oh my, it's gorgeous
We're always fans of Petunia Pickle Bottom bags, thanks to smart design, elegant patterns, and a rugged refusal to succumb to ruination.
Sippy cup: check. Snacks: check. Wipes: darn tootin'.
I'm particularly envious right now of the Jonathan Adler Skip Hop line that launched yesterday. Which is funny, because I do not miss the days of hauling a diaper bag around with me.
When it comes to diaper bags, fancier isn't always better. Sometimes I just need something simple and classic to get the job done.
Chic and diaper bag are not two words you see in the same sentence very often, but I'm going to go out on a limb here and declare the new offering from Timi & Leslie just that--chic!
I have nothing against backpack diaper bags. In fact, with four kids in tow, I completely understand their usefulness. I just haven't yet found one that fits my style.
Having a baby right at the change of season is very dangerous for my wallet because it's far too easy to rationalize a new diaper bag purchase.
Some days, I tend to be a bit of an over-packer. What if the kids get really thirsty and they finish their water bottles? Better pack an extra. What if they have a run-in with a mud puddle? Better pack clean outfits for each of them.
I've owned my fair share of diaper bags, and I've definitely got a sweet spot in my heart for the huge, honkin', very pricey bags that might just fit all your personal belongings and your baby. But by the same token, it's just not feasible for me to lug something like that around, especially with three kids and another on the way.
Both Liz and I espoused the greatness of Crystalyn Kae's Soiree bag - so much so that it was our pick for Cool Mom Picks Bag of the Year in 2008
I was just thinking it's been a while since I saw any fun new diaper bags to get excited over, and then CMP fave Hedvig Bourbon goes and reads my mind and creates well, some fun new diaper bags to get excited over.
Awesome spring gadget bag alert! I've been a huge fan of Kelly Moore Bags, but her newest release is so amazing that it's motivated this self-proclaimed iPhoneographer to dust off my DSLR and start using it again.