Floral prints and bold geometric designs, we moms tend to get all the diaper bag glory (see some of our favorite fall picks here!), but does the dad in your house have his own diaper bag? More and more, dads are the ones doing park playdates and daily errands with baby in tow. And I'm guessing that most don't want to carry a pink bag with flowers on it. Today, we're rounding up some of our favorite diaper bags for the modern dad.
TWELVElittle Unisex Courage Collection
Constantly switching off kid duty? Don't want to bother with a his and her bag? The TWELVElittle Unisex Courage Collection may be the perfect solution. Three bag styles (fold-over tote, backpack or satchel) and three color option (black, grey, olive) - these bags are designed with both sexes in mind. The bags are made from a water-resistant crinkle nylon which has the ability to look both rugged and urban polished at the same time. Plus, it's lightweight so you can pack it down with kid snacks and extra clothes, but still durable so it can stand up to subway rides, park grass and stroller bumps. Get it: TWELVElittle
Thule is one of the best known makers of bike racks and other clever devices that help us get from point A to point B. Since they focus on helping us carry toys, it's little surprise they are now in the business of making baby gear. This changing bag is small and sleek and ready to go out on an adventure. Get the Thule bag here.
Skip Hop Duo
I've been singing the praises of this timeless Skip Hop bag for a decade. It's a handy little design with loads of features, without being cumbersome. Get the bag on Amazon here.
What do you think about dad diaper bags?
- a) I love the idea!
- b) my husband would never carry one
- c) we share a bag
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