Messenger Diaper Bags Are Loved by Moms and Dads Alike

Trendy messenger style diaper bags combine the best diaper bag features. With a design based on the messenger bags that have been carried by students and professionals for years, these bags are large enough to easily hold a thick changing pad with plenty of supplies, and they have lots of interior pockets for easy organization. Messenger diaper bags also often feature adjustable padded straps for comfort. But maybe the best feature of these popular bags is its unisex design which ensures that both mommy and daddy will feel comfortable carrying it.

Ju Ju Be’s “Be All” messenger bag is available in 15 different prints and offers all the best standard features, plus has an anti-microbial lining so you have one less thing to worry about.

Kalencom’s “Urban Sling” is a sleek, metro style bag available in 3 neutral colors that mommy and daddy will both love. The Sling comes with its own changing pad and cell phone case.

The eco friendly bags from Fleurville are PVC-free and loved by environmentally aware celebrities such as Ben Affleck and Sarah Jessica Parker. Even though their “DJ Bag” is touted as “dad’s diaper bag,” its urban chic design with features such as a business card pocket and an insulated bottle sleeve will be loved by moms and dads alike.

The “Pink Floral Bouquet” bag by OiOi may not be quite as unisex with its easy-to-spot paisley floral pattern, but this messenger bag is water-resistant and incorporates insulated bottle sleeves. And, as the company points out, is pretty enough to use as a purse.

Messenger diaper bags from Skip Hop have an ingenious strap system which allows them to quickly convert from a standard messenger bag to a stroller bag with two small hoops to slip over stroller handles. This conversion enables the Skip Hop bags to always be close at hand, and eliminates the need for a separate stroller bag (and the time and energy to transfer supplies from one bag to the other.) It’s a smart invention that will make you wonder how (and why) you ever got along without it.