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You may have thought that once your child was potty trained, you’d be leaving diaper bags behind. But, toddler diaper bags are definitely still a thing. As a parent of a toddler, there were so many things I wanted to have just in case. Preparedness is key when it comes to parenting. I received product for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
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Toddler Diaper Bags
So, what exactly should you be packing in your toddler’s bag? Basically, you’ll want to bring along things that both of you may need while you’re away from home. You never know when you might need something so it’s better to be prepared.
If you’ve ever seen your child meltdown while you’re standing in the grocery store checkout line, you’ll know how important it is to have a little plastic container of crackers to give them. Of course, look for healthy snacks when making your choice.
Kids manage to get sticky faces and stick fingers no matter where they go. To keep fingers and faces clean, pack a small container of wet wipes. You can make your own if you like, or look for kids friendly wipes that are individually wrapped for convenience.
I’m a big fan of busy books to keep kids entertained. They’re fascinated by things to touch, look at, play with, and move. If you’d rather, I Spy Bottles are also great for keeping kids busy. Just make sure that you have something new and interesting to keep your child’s attention when they get fussy.
What’s the most important thing in toddler diaper bags? If you’re the parent of a toddler, you know that accidents happen. It may be a sippy cup that gets dumped all over their lap or they may not make it to the bathroom on time. Either way, you’ll want to have a change of clothes including a spare pair of underwear for them to change into. We all know that kids can get carried away and lose track of time.
As parents, we cannot be prepared for everything but we can try. DreamWorks animator Daniel Hashimoto is behind a video series called Action Movie Kid that has been developed into a children’s book and a movie that is currently in the works. In Hashi’s videos, he turns his son into a superhero who gets carried away with his imagination while fighting monsters, aliens, and robots.
Hashimoto created a special video for Fruit of the Loom to show how handy an extra pair of underwear can be. Fruit of the Loom’s bonus pack with boys’ and girls’ underwear comes with extra pairs…just in case. Because you never know what might happen.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 21-year-old son and 25-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. In what little spare time she has, she loves to read, watch movies and play games. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.