Thirty One Diaper Bag Review
The Thirty One Zip-Top Organizing Utility Tote makes a great diaper bag for a great price.
It has lots of pockets, which makes it easy to organize. I have two and use one as a diaper bag and the other as a swim bag for my sons swimming lessons.
They have plenty of patterns to chose from and you can even have them personalized with your baby’s name or whatever you’d like.
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Thirty One Diaper Bag Designs
Here are just some of the patterns you can find this diaper bag in:
What’s Inside my Thirty One Diaper Bag
Before I show you how I pack the bag, let me show you what I always carry in my diaper bags.
I also always carry an Aden & Anais muslin blanket because my boy loves how soft they are.
For myself, I carry my wallet, phone, keys, sunglasses, and wet wipes.
For the baby I always carry a toy, teething ring, Comotomo bottle, formula dispenser, pacifier wipes, first aid kit, change of clothes, burp rag, bib, lotion, wet bag (I carry this even when using disposables because it’s great for dirty clothes, bibs, and burp rags), at least four diapers and wipes.
This picture is how I pack with cloth diapers:
I travel with my cloth wipes pre-moistened in this wipe pouch:
This is what goes in my bag when I travel with disposable diapers, for convenience:
My disposable diapers, wipes, and diaper rash creams are always kept in a Jujube Be Quick bag so I don’t have to carry the entire diaper bag with me when going to the bathroom:
Thirty One Diaper Bag Review
It’s not too big at 10.75″H x 14.5″L x 6.5″D, but holds a lot!
It has seven pockets on the outside, so that leaves you with tons of space on the inside.
I use one of the outer pockets for a bottle (no pockets are insulated), the other for a burp rag and bib, another for my wallet and phone, one for my keys, one for my sunglasses, one for wet wipes, and one for nipple/pacifier wipes.
Then I have a pacipod hanging from one of the straps with two pacifiers in it… you know, incase one gets mysteriously lost.
I really do love this bag, especially for the price! It’s extremely durable and easy to wipe clean.
I also love that you can use it for several other things if you are not using it as a diaper bag, or when you no longer need a diaper bag. It makes a great beach bag, gym bag, trunk storage, grocery bag, weekender, and the list just goes on and on!
This stuff is usually on the inside somewhere and takes up a ton of space, but since with this bag it’s on the outside- the inside has a lot of extra room.
It’s great for both cloth diapering moms and moms who use disposables. I stuffed it with both disposables and cloth so you could see the difference.
Thirty One Diaper Bag Packed with Cloth Diapers
There is still plenty of room for more diapers or whatever else you may want to throw in there!
Here it is zipped up with cloth diapers. It doesn’t look or feel bulky at all, which is great!
Thirty One Diaper Bag Packed with Disposable Diapers
Of course, there is even more room left when packed with disposables.
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