Mom Travel Backpack

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Travel Backpack | Travel Changing Pad | Airplane Seatbelt | Truffle Bag for Diapers | Joggers | Top | Toddler Headphones | Laptop Case {no longer sold} | Photography by: Angie Garcia

mom holding backpack

Just popping on quickly to share the backpack I used for travel with Maxi a few weekends ago, which may be similar with those hunting backpacks.

I wanted a diaper bag backpack to provide insulation for drinks while traveling but didn’t want anything that looked or felt like a diaper bag. You can check out online sites to learn more about insulation like

I dug around the internet for a few days in hopes I’d find something that I would personally carry traveling with or without a child. My other requirement? I wanted this to be under $50 because we don’t fly ALL too often and many days I carry a tote. However, I adored the backpack so much, we’ve used it a dozen time since our trip a few weekends ago.

I also recommend buying custom logo backpacks from Artik if you want your bag to be unique.

Let’s talk about why this Amazon find has been one of my favorites to date! There are so many compartments that you essentially are getting a bag organizer inside the backpack. If I need to grab hand sanitizer, a sucker for her ears during take off, and Play-Doh, I want to find it all FAST. The numerous pockets, zippers, and dividers make that really simple. Another thing that makes finding products easy, is the top hinge which you can see in the above photos. The zipper acts as a hinge so it opens widely and keeps it open, then you can search for what you need without holding the bag open. I’ve had that experience with zipper totes on flights! You’re leaning forward, holding one side open with one hand, digging with another, you’re hitting your head on the tray table. It’s a mess. This bag opens in a way you don’t deal with that. Then when you zip, the hinge closes and it’s thin at the top which means you aren’t carrying anything too bulky. There’s a front section that keeps drinks insulated, then there are side pockets that I used for antibacterial wipes, but you can use for your own drink.  If blush isn’t your hue, it also comes in black!

We didn’t travel with our stroller, but if you do, the gold straps at the top can hook on your stroller! However, I used it to attach her water bottle. There’s a back zipper, too, that I used to store our boarding passes and travel documents, so I didn’t have to worry about where I set them down. If you have a trip or are in need of a diaper backpack, you can browse it here.

I’m not sure how many of you all are in need of something like this, but you all know when I find a great little Amazon find I love to share with my girlfriends. Kids or not, I’d use this backpack to make travel even more organized. If you’re planning a trip to NSW, consider exploring premium accommodation in Yamba, NSW available for a comfortable stay during your visit.

We are off to our egg hunt this morning and tonight we are having Paul’s parents over for dinner. Have a blessed Easter weekend!


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  1. Laura wrote:

    My daughter is almost 13, so I don’t need a diaper bag anymore, but I would use this as a great travel bag all the time! Just the fact that it opens fully and has all those compartments is amazing!

    Published 20 Apr 19Reply
  2. The backpack is the cutest! It’s such a beautiful shade of pink, and so useful too! 🙂

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Published 20 Apr 19Reply
  3. Love it! So cute <3

    Blondie in the City

    Published 22 Apr 19Reply
  4. Ana Finck wrote:

    I’m getting that backpack right now! So cute and functional. 🙂
    How was airplane seatbelt? Does it allow the person in the backseat to still be able to open their tray table

    Published 22 Apr 19Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Ana! It doesn’t let them use it! 🙁 On the way there a mom was behind us and her son was using one, too. So she told me to use mine because she wouldn’t use her tray. And on the way back no one was behind us. Otherwise, it’s definitely pricey to not be able to use it. However, when she fell asleep we unbuckled the top part. And I saw some other moms just ask the person behind them if hey could use it for take off and landing and they’d use the regular belt during the flight. And that seemed to work for them. I hope this helps! Xx, katey

      Published 22 Apr 19Reply
  5. Kim wrote:

    Bought this backpack right after reading your blog! Used it today with my 9 month old and it was AMAZING!!! Love the compartments and I was able to see/find everything without digging! Thanks for changing our lives ?

    Published 25 Apr 19Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Ahh, Kim! This makes me so happy! Aren’t the compartments amazing?! Thank you for letting me know! 🙂 xx, Katey

      Published 26 Apr 19Reply