Postpartum Tuesday: On-The-Go Print Diaper Clutch

When we did our roundup of How to Build a Work Wardrobe at Lands’ End last week at Corporette, I noticed that they have a kind of awesome diaper clutch that looks like a great, basic, affordable option. It has a removable changing pad for your kiddo and a few zippered pockets — just what you need, nothing more and nothing less. It comes in the pictured gray print and the same print in navy, as well as black with a heart print inside. It’s $29.95, but with today’s deal of 50% off on one full-price item, it becomes $14.97. On-The-Go Print Diaper Clutch

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Nursing/Postpartum Tuesday: Crosby Quilted Traveler Oxford Nylon Diaper Bag

Happy Halloween! So, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Don’t drop any serious money on a fancy diaper bag until you know your family’s needs, such as whether you want to carry it yourself or hand it off to your husband or nanny, whether you want one with a stroller strap, whether you and the baby like baby wearing, etc. Still, this $395 diaper bag from MZ Wallace looks great if you’re on the hunt for a big bag. It’s got shoulder straps, a removable crossbody strap, eight exterior pockets, three interior pockets, a clip-in pouch, a coordinating changing pad, and a water-resistant nylon exterior — nice. Crosby Quilted Traveler Oxford Nylon Diaper Bag

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Feeding Tuesday: Non-Spill Toddler Gyro Bowl

When I did our last roundup of the best products for feeding your toddler, I saw this interesting bowl, which is designed to help kids avoid spilling food. We haven’t used it, because we’re kind of past the point where there are accidental spills (everything now is on purpose — yay toddlers!), but it looks very interesting if you still have kids in that stage. I like the bright colors (you can also get hot pink), and the bowl is $8.99 at Amazon with free shipping (not Prime). Meidus Non-Spill Toddler Gyro Bowl

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This Working Mom’s Favorite Sippy Cups, Bowls, and Other Products for Feeding Your Toddler

My cousin’s daughter (the closest thing I have right now to a niece!) is turning one soon.  I wrote about the “baby head cold” gift I gave my cousin when her baby was born — and, because my cousin and her husband are both scientists (who are also kind of opposed to the pink/purple/princess/girly stuff), I’ve also been shipping them all of the science-themed boy clothes they might like for their daughter. But as their daughter’s first birthday approaches, I find myself wanting to get my cousin B a collection of some of the best cups and plates that we loved the best when the boys were in that stage — instead of a toy that may or may not get used. I can’t tell you how much money I’ve spent on Amazon and other baby stores buying products for feeding my toddler that looked like good ideas in theory but turned out to be duds! So: these were my favorite sippy cups, bowls, and more for the toddler years — which are/were yours? As working parents, what are/were your favorite products for feeding your toddlers? 

Pictured at top (random order) and discussed more thoroughly below: one / two / three / four / five / six

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Postpartum Tuesday: Nylon Biker Diaper Bag

Marc Jacobs has a whole line of biker bags, and they get a lot of good reviews from customers. I kind of like the edginess on this diaper bag, and it also looks enormous, so if you’re someone who needs to carry a lot of stuff, this is for you. I also like that it’s not too fussy — I don’t think a husband or other male caregiver would complain much about having to carry this kind of bag. This is $295 at Nordstrom and has a foldable changing pad and detachable shoulder strap. Bloomingdale’s has the colorblocked version. Marc Jacobs Nylon Biker Diaper Bag

Here’s a more affordable option.

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Everyone Thursday: Ella Packable Tote

These packable totes are great for traveling — especially if you’re the kind of person who enjoys switching bags when you travel and you don’t want to take something bulky. You can just throw this in your suitcase, keep it in the back of your car, etc. It comes in the tie-dye print pictured as well as solids like black, navy, and a very happy bright red. It’s $225 at Zappos but also in various colors/prints at Amazon starting at $186. Tory Burch Ella Packable Tote

A couple of more affordable packable totes at Zappos are from Tumi and Lilly Pulitzer.

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