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HOW TO PACK A BABY CHANGING BACKPACK

Helena Searcaigh

Posted on July 30 2018

If you're looking for a stylish baby bag, look no further than our award-winning collection of changing backpacks. All of our women's backpacks are designed to be multi functional so you can use them for anything - they're also designed to make your life as easy as possible! If you're using yours as a diaper bag, here's our top tips on how to pack :) 

1. PACK THE BOTTOM FIRST
We recommend that you always pack the bottom pull-out compartment first - we put nappies and tupperware with snacks in here. We're the only brand to have anti smell and anti bacterial linings as standard and all compartments are wipeable inside and out in case of any spills or mishaps. 

2. PACK YOUR BABY BOTTLE AT THE SIDE OR FRONT 
Next, add your bottle to the upright, spill proof insulated bottle holder at the side, or the front if using the Lea backpack. If you need a bottle quickly, you don't have to rummage around or open the whole bag to get to it :) 

3. PACK THE FRONT SECTION 
Pack wipes, spare dummies and food sachets in the front zipped compartment for quick, easy access. If you have a Lea Backpack you can also use the special pull-out wipe pocket at the side.

4. PACK THE MAIN INTERIOR 
Pack the two main compartments.
1. Slip your baby mat into the baby mat holder at the back of the interior compartment (most mats will fit or you can buy ours here).
2. Use the larger interior compartment for larger items like spare clothes, bibs, toys and/or a breast pump. 
3. Use the smaller interior zip for your own essentials like lip balm, keys and wallet. 

5. USE THE EASY ACCESS PHONE POCKET 
Slip your mobile phone into the handy outer pocket so you can access it in a flash, without having to take the bag off (just slip it off your shoulder). Its also close to your body, so its safe. 
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