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What is the easiest type bag to take when you have a 4year old and a 20 month old. One in diapers. We'll have a stroller most likely as well. I am looking for the most ergonomic option. what have others done?
I take my 3 year, and 1 year old with a backpack; for the day 5-6 diapers, wipes, one cup per each, 2 bottles of water, the babys meals like 4 baby foods, and their few snacks, maybe one toy each (though I try to leave those home if I can.) We buy meals for our oldest. Dont take more than you need it will still be relatively light, ^ hands free. there is usually space to stuff blankets/coats. Disneys Baby center is stocked with lots of stuff if you need/forgot anything. So if you dont want to bring anything, you can go over there and by as you need.... if you really wanted to lol
"And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.":ghug: