Posted 8 March 2021
Are you on the go with the baby? You have to ask yourself – what do you REALLY need to pack into your diaper bag? Put the twelve towels away, there’s no need to pack half your house. We’re here to help and have put together a checklist of absolute essentials to pack before you dash out the door.
Diapers and a Changing Pad
Sometimes the most obvious things can be the easiest to forget. Don’t forget to pack diapers and add extras just in case. You’ll need somewhere to change your little one while you’re out in public. Changing pads are a hygienic and comfortable for your baby.
Lou Lou Lapin’s Tooshie Cleanser and Tissues
The Lou Lou Lapin’s tooshie cleanser is an eco-friendly alternative to wipes. It’s excellent between baby bathtime and while on the go. Don’t forget to grab the tissues.
Lou Lou Lapin’s Diaper Rash Cream
Diaper rash is common in babies. Don’t forget the Lou Lou Lapin diaper rash cream to keep your baby’s bottom protected.
Ziploc bags and Hand Sanitiser
Ziploc bags are a great way to store your items and keep track of where everything. You don’t have to worry about anything spilling and they’re a great space saver. Safety comes first so you should always have a hand sanitiser with you.
The last thing you need is you’re a flat battery when you’re out in general, never mind when you have your little one with you. We know you’ll already have a lot on your mind so avoid the stress by packing a portable charger.
Hair Ties and Bobby Pins
There’s nothing babies love more than pulling and tugging at your loose hair. Keep hair ties and bobby pins in case you have to feed or if your little one’s exceeded the cap limit of one chunk of hair for the day.
The last thing you need is your baby to be fighting and fussing while you’re out with them. Dummies are a great way to settle them
Extra clothes and bibs
Spills, tears and accidents are guaranteed when you’re dealing with a little person and sometimes even big people. It’s better to be safe than sorry so grab an extra t-shirt and extra clothes for your baby. Don’t forget the bibs if they’re feeding!