Review: TWELVElittle - On-The-Go Stroller Caddy*


Being a new mom/parent means being faced with a long list of items you would need to purchase for the arrival of your little one. Diaper Bags, are one of the key items that you need to take with you when you're out and about as it holds all of the essentials you will need to get you through your outing - diapers, diaper pad, change of clothing, wet wipes, formula, bibs .. so on and so forth. Of course there are tons of options out there on the market right now, each with a specific feature offered by that one brand so when I was contacted by TWELVElittle I was really excited to check out this brand as I wasn't too familiar with it before. 

First things first, I chose the On-The-Go Stroller Caddy in the Stripe Print which retails for $144 approx cad. It comes with  set of stroller clips that you can attach onto the stroller bar (as you can see in the image below with the leather straps) and also has a detachable long strap that you can use as a crossbody or over the shoulder traditional diaper bag (as seen below as well). The leather straps are very good quality and are leather embossed with their logo - I appreciate the little details in a product as its the quality that makes them stand out.


The Ju Ju Be Diaper Bag pictured below is the BFF style, that is quite popular as well (I had purchased this months before I was due) and I put it side by side with the On-The-Go Caddy from TWELVElittle as a size comparison if you're interested to see. You can tell that the one on the left is much more structured in shape and shorter in height as compared to the BFF bag on the right. 


The top of the On-The-Go Stroller Caddy has a zipper for easy access into the contents of the bag, and the interior has multiple sections to house your needs. The sections are already divided so there is no flexibility in changing that around if you really wanted to do that. The main flap is also held down by a hidden magnetic closure in the front so that accessing the bag is easy and effortless, no need to fumble over zippers. If you want that added security though, there is that small leather snap closure you can use to buckle in your contents, but I found that the magnetic closure was strong enough to keep it closed all day.


Below is an overview of what is in my bag - what I love most is the compartment on the left as you can see is an entirely seperate compartment dedicated for your babywipes that is actually accessible via a flap outside (also held down by a magnetic closure). You can see what it looks like below as well. I found this super convenient as I can just open that flap, pull out a wipe, and thats it which makes wiping my baby's hands or mouth (those quick moments you need one) super quick. 

If you are interested, I keep the diaper wipes on the left, in the middle compartment houses all my feeding necessities - formula, bottles, bib and diapers. On the right contains the changing stuff - so the extra clothes and a wet bag just in case. 

What I really do hope is that there was a section for diaper changing pads as I like to use one when I'm in public using the diaper changing tables. I found it a bit cumbersome to have to fold the blue disposable ones and put it back in here everytime. If there was a section in the back horizontally (accessible from outside) for the changing pad, that would make this the perfect bag.



As you can see the below pictures features the crossbody strap. I wore the bag so that you can see that it really isn't huge and that it is fairly compact and put on my stroller as well you can see that with either the leather straps or the crossbody straps it works out well. I typically keep my diaper bag on the crossbody bag just so that it is easier to take off and take on the go, as well as to put my stroller away in the trunk.

 

Overall, for the price point and what this diaper bag offers, I have to say that it is a great buy - it also comes in a few patterns so you have some variety in terms of style to cater to both you and your partner.

Until next time, XO - M.

*product was sent to me for review, all opinions are my own

2 comments

  1. This is a great idea! My stroller is super lightweight but doesn't have a lot of storage space underneath so I'd love to get this for myself.

    Angela at Blush & Pearls

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    1. Hey Angela! This diaper bag really is quite compact and smaller than what I've seen on the market - they also have a super adorable diaper cross body purse (clutch) that I want to buy https://shop.twelvelittle.com/products/coming-soon-12little-diaper-clutch-in-blush-pink-1 - its so adorable! Just a reminder though for this on the go caddy that the sections/liners inside are already pre-sectioned so theres no adjustment room... if you want some room to store stuff and play around I would suggest maybe their backpacks thats more of an open area concept for storage, or the jujube BFF which is bigger

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