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Please remember I am profoundly urinary incontinent. This means I am in some kind of diaper 24/7. For me AB is a coping strategy. Therefore I have many diaper bags divided into discreet and more babyish.
Daily I carry a typical attorney's brief case. Mine opens from two sides. The smaller side holds a couple of Attends Breathable and a few slip-in disposable pads, plus wipes and baggies for disposal. The other larger side holds my files and other adult stuff. When my husband and I go out in the evenings I have some purses in different colors large enough for a few disposable diapers or pads. I select the purse which coordinates best with my dress.
On weekend days when I am wearing a slightly childish outfit, such as a snap-crotch shortalls, I carry a slightly less discreet diaper bag. Normally this is one I bought at an up-scale infant shop intended for real moms, perhaps dressed for the office. Of course I also have several diaper bags going back decades that are obvious. A recent addition to my collection is bright pink, even says Diapers on it. Like some of the others it has outside pockets for baby bottles and baby powder containers.
As I remember it, that upscale bag cost about USA$150 a few years ago. None of the other diaper bags were extravagant. The new pink one cost less than USA$50.
I don't really have a need to carry a dedicated diaper bag...Coming home to change has never been a problem when i'm out in about.
If I know i'll be gone for awhile, like if I go on a road trip or wear to school, I bring a few spare diapers and some wipes with me in a messenger bag I use for school (Not really a fan of back packs...)
I also have like 5 diapers in this emergency survival kit I keep in my car. It has everything I would need to survive for a few days should I drive off a cliff and get stuck on top of a large tree or if I happen to be driving along and a nuclear attack kills everyone but me.
A friend almost found them a few weeks ago..he had a flat tire and I have this other road side bag I got from AAA that has flairs, an air pump, etc. Told him to go grab the pump from the AAA bag. He started going through the other bag. The diapers are at the very bottom, covered by a folded towel. Towel was the last thing in the bag when I got to him..ha.
Seriously though, if I was in a situation with someone else and we actually needed the bag, I doubt diapers will be a big deal. They might even come in handy. (Stuck in tree??)
I have an old army messenger bag. It originally housed a demolition kit of some sort and I can perfectly hold disposables in it next to a bottle of powder. However I need to get back into the habit after switching to cloth.
Typically a backpack....Just a normal, small backpack that goes on my back. I always bring a change of underwear (in case it leaks), 2 extra changes (Always bring more than you need), and wipes. If I have no intention of using the diaper (i.e. if I go to school, its just for the thrill and the comfort factors), I won't even bother packing anything for it.
I got a couple of diaper bags, one is pink. And the other is a green winnie the pooh diaper bag from walmart.
Usually I just carry the usual essentials, diapers, stuffers, wipes, powder. I also sometimes carry my paci and bottle in there as well. And depending on if it's a long trip or not, some coloring books or my ds with a bunch of games.
I have a small softside brief that I use to keep about 4-6 diapers, powder, wipes, and baby lotion. I keep this bag in the bedroom closet so everything is handy, but inconspicuous. I can also grab it on my way out the door if I think I'll need it. I have a large gym duffle that I use to keep my 'stock'. It stays in the garage and has a luggage lock on it to deter curious eyes. Its holds my collection of diapers, stuffers, powder, a few plastic pants, all-in-ones, and cloth diapers. I'd really like something more babyish...
When I've been out wearing before, I usually just slip a diaper and a disposable bag in my purse with my lot of other things. When I changed in the school bathrooms after school let out, I just put the diaper in the bag and tossed it in the trashcan. I don't wear that often outside of my house, so I've only done this once or twice.
I have a bag that is sorta like a soft toolkit or briefcase style. It was a company hand out. It has a company name on it and when people see me with it, they don't think anything about it since the ones that know me, know I work on computers, they all think I carry around computer stuff but it isn't. I carry extra diapers, wipes, catheters, gloves, and plastic bags in it. I carry it with me to work, into doctor appointments or the hospital, and when I am out shopping, I keep it handy in the back seat of my car. If I need to change while out, I try to find a gas station that has a bathroom with an outside door so I can carry my bag in with me, or if I am at the doctors or hospital for something, I change there.
I have a sport backpack that has compartments. I keep wipes, powder, diaper rash cream in a small compartment and at least three spare diapers in another larger compartment. The pack has lot's of other things I use regularly (wallet, sunglasses etc.). I also have a smaller hip pack that I can put one diaper and changing supplies in for a more stealthy trip to the restroom while at work or out and about.
If I'm staying away over night or for a few days, I put the fresh nappies and some disposal bags in a 'zoggs' draw-string swimming bag. It's just the right size for four or five disposables. I put that within whatever back-pack or suitcase I use, for some extra protection for the nappies and some extra discretion for me.
I have a diaper bag finally. I used to use my back pack as my diaper bag. I'd take it to work with me when i was wearing 24/7 and leave it in my locker. I brought one or two diapers with. I have always left my back pack in the car when I go out, if I drove of course. I do the same with my diaper bag.
I use a Back pack if i do intend on changing whilst i am out, however most of the time i will just wear a thicker/multiple diapers when going out so i dont have to change. I only tend to go out/wear in public once a week normally or sometimes more often if i am of from work for a few days.