Hey parents!

Today we’re coming at you with not only one diaper bag review, but SIX diaper bags we’ve tried out in partnership with Buy Buy Baby in Whitby and I have to tell you, it was super interesting to try out so many bags with all of the same things going inside! What great perspective it was to see which pockets make a big difference, and really, what’s important to us at this stage of toddlerhood with our boys.


We tried to be as diverse as possible with price ranges because it’s also something people see very differently on – while it may be important to scrimp in this department for some, others see it as an investment, especially if they plan on having multiple children. We also chose different styles of bags: traditional straps, backpacks, and a hybrid! Some are specifically meant for moms, while others can easily be used by either parent. I won’t bore you with too much writing about it. Here’s the video for you, and below we have each bag linked in case you want to look a little more into them!


Here is each diaper bag and the exact time you can find the review in the video for them:

00:42 – SKIP*HOP Duo Special Edition Luxe Diaper Bag in French Stripe

03:15 – Petunia Pickle Bottom Inter-Mix Backpack in Birch/Black

05:11 – XY by Ju-Ju-Be Vector Diaper Bag in Navy

07:43 – Carter’s Drop Front Tote Diaper Bag in Blue and White Ticking Stripe

09:38 – Honest City Backpack Diaper Bag in Slate Grey

12:24 – Kate Spade New York Watson Lane Stevie Baby Bag in Black

Now, to really make this fun, we’re giving away a prize pack with Buy Buy Baby’s best-selling diaper bag: the Skip*Hop Forma Backpack Diaper Bag in Jet Black along with a bunch of goodies, like a Paci Egg, Skip*Hop changing station, and a wet/dry bag!


Please note you have to be able to pick up the prize at Buy Buy Baby in Whitby, Ontario as prizes will not be shipped. A HUGE thanks to Buy Buy Baby and their amazing team for partnering with us on this!



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