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    I have a quick change in the lid area of my lunch bag (it's a can cooler with a top area perfect for something small like that) Google for Ozark Trail Can Cooler, I got it at walmart for $7.

    In the lid I keep a Tykables Tighty Whities for its utility, all white color, and good capacity/fit. I also keep a 1gal ziploc and a folded up black trash bag in case I need some disposal options.

    In the front there's a zipper pouch, where I keep a travel size talc, zeesorb, and cornstarch. I also have a small plastic bottle with a few ounces of baby lotion in it.

    The zippers on the lower cooler area and the upper lid came with pulls, but I removed the top pull to make it less obvious as an area for additional storage, and to prevent accidental opening by myself or someone else.

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    I have an olive drab military messenger bag i use and i generally keep 2 pull-ups and 2 diapers on hand, I don't actually bring anything else but I,m not usually out long so i can go home to clean up if i need to. I would bring and use baby powder but i worry about my family smelling it and suspecting something.

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    I either use a laptop ruck sack ,but since changing jobs to a truck with a sleeper cab they're in my night bag

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    I have a little zipper bag with 2 tens super, small package of wipes. FYI- be careful if squeezing plastic backed diapers into a small bag with a zipper, the plastic can get caught in the zipper creating a hole

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    My backpack is for me if I happen to be wearing but I stock for my cub at all times whether he's visiting or not just so I don't forget. For him, that's one diaper that's usually thin because I'm assuming an emergency of some kind and wipes in a ziploc bag. For me/general, is powder, lotion, at least three diapers, two of which will be thinner (Depends, remaining Snuggies, ATN, etc.) and one more substantial Rearz Inspire, Teddy Bambino, Tena Slip Maxi, or Abena M4. I tend toward ones that either look medical or would show white if there was some peekage, since while I was 24/7 I could theoretically need to change at work (only had to do this once). I also have several small trash bags, a pair of latex gloves, a travel pack of of tissues, a roll of white duct tape, and 5 or so Total Dry Maximum Boost Ups, which will significantly extend even one of the thin diapers if need be.

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    that sounds more like a "diaper duffle bag" to me...? You surely don't pack light!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambinod View Post
    that sounds more like a "diaper duffle bag" to me...? You surely don't pack light!
    It just goes in the trunk of my car, so I figure I might as well have everything I could reasonably need.

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    I have a small zippered pouch I keep in my backpack.
    It's about the same size as a small binder/day planner.

    Includes:
    2 Total Dry Plus diapers
    1 package of travel wipes
    2 ziplock gallon bags
    2 plastic grocery bags

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor View Post
    It just goes in the trunk of my car, so I figure I might as well have everything I could reasonably need.
    ah that makes more sense. I don't presently have any kit in my vehicle but I shoud fix that. I used to carry better supplies, but that was also before I started using my lunchbox. It's not so much for "to be prepared for anything" as much as it's "to be prepared if I need a change or a little TLC". I've only has to change a couple times, but I've gotten into the talc and number of times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambinod View Post
    ah that makes more sense. I don't presently have any kit in my vehicle but I shoud fix that. I used to carry better supplies, but that was also before I started using my lunchbox. It's not so much for "to be prepared for anything" as much as it's "to be prepared if I need a change or a little TLC". I've only has to change a couple times, but I've gotten into the talc and number of times.
    I also go through extended periods where it's not that unusual to get invited out by diapery friends to something that can turn overnight with not so much warning, so it's easier just to keep a bag that's at least minimally prepared at all times.

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