Each diaper bag claims to support parents with functionality and convenience so they actually enjoy leaving the house with a baby—our diaper bags do that and more.
Practical, modern, spacious, lightweight and comfortable, Ergobaby diaper bags combine the latest styles with purpose. With baby and parent-in-mind features like a water repellent changing pad, stroller loops, insulated bottle pockets and several other interior and exterior pockets and compartments to keep your essentials separate from your baby’s, you’ve got room to stash and stay organized on the go. You can also choose between backpack and messenger style options, or use the top handles, which is a necessity since you’ll end up carrying your diaper bag in various ways depending on the day. We personally like the backpack style because it can be used in conjunction with a front carry baby carrier.
Made in a variety of neutral fabrics, patterns and colors, your diaper bag will never go out of style and will look good with whatever you’re wearing. Plus, all our diaper bags work for baby boys and girls, as well as moms and dads.
Every mom wants to feel prepared when leaving the house with a baby. You also want to feel organized and comfortable, and bonus if you look stylish doing so. Our diaper bags get the job done, helping you feel like a modern super mom.
How To Wear a Baby Carrier and Diaper Bag
Want to babywear but still need to carry a diaper bag—is that even possible? Yes, it is. It’s also safe and can be comfortable when done right. You just need a front carry baby carrier and a backpack style diaper bag. Put your carrier on first, then put your baby inside the carrier and finally put your backpack diaper bag on. When your child is bigger and you switch to a back carry position, you can also wear a backpack diaper bag on your front. It may not look the best, but it can work if you need it to.
You can also try using a cross-body or messenger-style diaper bag while babywearing. These styles of diaper bags can comfortably work with front, hip and back carrying. You just want to make sure that the bag’s strap isn’t bothering or harming your child.