A Fantastic Diaper Bag
If you are following our journey on Instagram, you already know that Luna is quite the little adventure baby. She came into the world 14 days past her due date (a wild story for another day), and less than two weeks later TJ, Toby, Luna and I flew to BC to introduce her to TJ’s family. After a few restful weeks in BC we flew home and drove straight to Ottawa to share her with my family. Luna is now 2 months old and has been on 2 flights, a train, 2 long road trips, 2 dance recitals, a long hike, and to multiple acting classes and parties. She’s clearly a traveler like her dad.
Our Lily Jade diaper bag has been with me through everything from our emergency trip to the hospital, to our daily morning walks, and all the crazy in between. I can honestly say I have never loved a bag so much. I notoriously don’t carry a purse because I’m too disorganize and can never find anything. Also, I don’t like the unbalanced feeling of holding something on my shoulder. This bag is a game changer for me.
I choose the Madeline Camel and Gold because it’s neutral and has the option to wear as a backpack. It really is a beautiful bag. You can catch me at any given time nerding-out about how much I love it to pretty much anyone who will listen (or at least pretend to).
Her beauty is not just skin deep. The insert is what makes it so great for traveling. I am a terrible packer. I generally just toss things in a bag and hope for the best. With Lily, I take the time to put all Luna’s essentials in the pockets. There is tons of space and I rarely lose things. That’s a serious win for me.
It’s also machine washable which is pretty much the greatest things because sometimes my brain isn’t functioning at full capacity and I dump a bottle of formula in it.
It feels as if this bag was created with such specificity and attention to detail. Everything about it suits me perfectly. If you’re looking for a great diaper bag or just a well-organized purse I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Use the promo code LJPACKHAPPY and you’ll receive free packing cases only while supplies last. I may just have to get a few of them for myself.
*This is a sponsored post. All of the opinions stated are my own.
Photography by Natalie Spencer Photography