Unisex Diaper Bags That Work for Mom & Dad

Hopefully your partner will be equally committed to taking your little out and about, meaning that they’ll be sporting the diaper bag often too! I’ve compiled a list of unisex diaper bags that are practical, stylish and durable. Sorted as lowest price → highest price. Enjoy! 🎒🍼

Teethy’s Gray Backpack ($25)

I (Melina) have this backpack and love it. I take it everywhere including the beach and the zoo and it fits well under my UppaBaby Cruz stroller. It has super comfortable straps, an easily wipeable interior and plenty of storage/pockets. My husband wears it all the time too!

Hafmall Black/Gray Backpack ($33)

At the time of writing (Sep 2020), this is marked down from $53!

O.G. 101 mama, Klaudia has taken this pack on many international trips and says it’s stayed sturdy after plenty of use by mom and dad. She highly recommends it!

Target — Fisher Price Kaden Diaper Backpack ($40)

Another O.G. mama from the group, Alicia, says about this backpack: “Most inexpensive, practical and durable item we bought for Julia. The wipes section has a plastic lid that broke but we now stuck the full baby wipes pack in there and works just great.”

Skip Hop Diaper Backpack ($71)

A few moms swear by Skip Hop products. This one is really nice because it has straps that can easily be attached to the stroller and it comes with 2 packing cubes, one of which is insulated for bottles.

Pottery Barn Kids Classic Diaper Bag ($111)

101 mama Stephanie H. has this and says it works really well and is very roomy. It makes for a nice shower gift too because you can pay a bit extra to have it monogrammed with the little one’s initials 😀

Willow Paper Clip ($200)

The price is high, but 101 mama Joey says it was well worth it. It can be worn as a backpack or messenger bag and features an integrated changing station along with a luggage slide, which makes it super easy to bring on flights and be ready for a diaper change on the go.

☀️BONUS TIP: Always have an extra shirt for both mom and dad in the diaper bag, especially in the first few months. Trust me, it’ll come in handy much more than you can imagine!