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Diaper Dude Bag

Bradford

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Just received a pretty cool birthday present from my in-laws - the Diaper Dude Camouflage Diaper Bag!

Diaper Dude Bag

Sweet!
 

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That is nice! And, poop smears from leaky diapers will blend nicely with the camo pattern.
 

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The problem isn't the frilly diaper bag, it's the diaper bag crammed with all the crap that someone else thinks they 'need' to bring with them. It's similar to the difference between mens wallets and womens' purses. Guys just don't need as much stuff. My wife and I argue about this all the time when we go out with little kids. I've got my system. If I'm just going into the store to grocery shop I don't bring in any diapers or anything. I'm going in for like 15 minutes, if something horrible and poopy happens then I can go back to the car. Even going into the mall for an hour I don't usually bring anything. I know when the baby last used the bathroom and how likely they are to use it again within the next hour. If I really think I'll need something I can shove one diaper and a ziplock with 3 wipes into my coat pocket. I don't need 10 diapers and a whole box of wipes and a blanket and toys and on and on. I need one diaper, anything more than that and I'm going home anyway.
The problem is most guys just trust their wives that they need all that crap.
Don't get me started on strollers. Seriously.
 

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Love the diaper dude. Got it in the brown suede. In fact, now that my daughter is older, I may appropriate it as a messenger bag. Seriously.
 

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I think I am going to be buying the diaper dude also. I was looking at them and the brown suede one looks to be fitting. I saw a denim diaper bag, but the denim wasn't nice enough for me. What a snob. What can I say, it wasn't going to break in too well.
 

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Originally Posted by familyman
The problem isn't the frilly diaper bag, it's the diaper bag crammed with all the crap that someone else thinks they 'need' to bring with them. It's similar to the difference between mens wallets and womens' purses. Guys just don't need as much stuff. My wife and I argue about this all the time when we go out with little kids. I've got my system. If I'm just going into the store to grocery shop I don't bring in any diapers or anything. I'm going in for like 15 minutes, if something horrible and poopy happens then I can go back to the car. Even going into the mall for an hour I don't usually bring anything. I know when the baby last used the bathroom and how likely they are to use it again within the next hour. If I really think I'll need something I can shove one diaper and a ziplock with 3 wipes into my coat pocket. I don't need 10 diapers and a whole box of wipes and a blanket and toys and on and on. I need one diaper, anything more than that and I'm going home anyway.
The problem is most guys just trust their wives that they need all that crap.
Don't get me started on strollers. Seriously.



Saw a baby in a grocery store maybe 6 months old sitting in the shopping cart seat. Kid had a "blowout" & crap flew right out the back of the diaper all over her basket full of food. Luckily the mom had lots of supplies. Was also one of life's funnier moments in a "Larry the Cable Guy" kind of way.
 

Bradford

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Originally Posted by rnrswitch
I think I am going to be buying the diaper dude also. I was looking at them and the brown suede one looks to be fitting. I saw a denim diaper bag, but the denim wasn't nice enough for me. What a snob. What can I say, it wasn't going to break in too well.

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Gotta say though, this bag does not hold as much as we the one we bought before our first son (now 3-years-old) was born and while I have certainly learned to travel with less, it's amazing how often you need to have practically everything with you. Especially if it's just me and the baby going somewhere without my wife.
 

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