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    Parental Unit: toddler + preschooler packing update

    Last winter I posted https://forums.tombihn.com/photos-vi...y-newborn.html, and I thought I'd post an update now that my kids are 1.5 and 4 (as opposed to newborn and 2.5). The PU is still the perfect bag for our daily needs.



    Clockwise from upper left:
    -Side Effect with my EDC that travels from bag to bag
    -18 oz Hydroflask for me
    -Two 12 oz Thermoses for the girls
    -diaper changing pad
    -Buti Pod with wipes and Mustela diaper cream
    -disposable diaper for little one and pull-up for the big girl
    -wet bag for cloth diapers
    -Two cloth diapers
    -hand/face wipes and Boogie Wipes
    -Size 1 stuff sack with extra panties and diaper cover
    -small double organizer pouch with first aid
    -3DCOC with lotions, creams, etc.
    -3DOC with entertainment and feeding supplies

    Here's how it looks loaded up:









    More pics/lists in the comments!




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    Parental Unit: toddler + preschooler packing update

    In the Side Effect:



    -pouch with hygiene items
    -check book
    -Anker battery pack
    -Altiods tin with crayons, paper and figurines
    -S-Biner
    -Nomad iPhone charger cable
    -floss
    -lip gloss
    -pen
    -Tide stain stick
    -in Q-kit: headphones, glasses cloth and Advil


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    Last edited by Ditmo; 08-20-2017, 09:51 PM.

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      #3
      In DOP:



      In 3DCOP:



      In 3DOP:



      -flash cards
      -pattern matching blocks
      -silicone sippy cup top
      -collapsible lidded snack/drink cups



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        #4
        I love this! Thanks so much for sharing all of your parental gear. I have been thinking of doing a similar inventory now that I have taken my S25 on holiday and out and about locally with the kids. Maybe I will once my 4yo starts school next month.

        What do you do with clothing layers and weather stuff? I have a ton of sun creams, sun hats, and then hoodies or rain coats (because it is Britain so not that warm and often wet). The S25 is definitely bigger than I need most of the time, but I often have random items of clothing that need to go in the main compartment.


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          #5
          Originally posted by Cristina View Post
          What do you do with clothing layers and weather stuff?
          Good point! If I have a bunch of that stuff, it goes in a large shop bag. I'm never really too far from the car or the stroller, which has plenty of storage. For a hike though, I carry either a DLBP or S25.


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            #6
            Originally posted by Ditmo View Post
            Good point! If I have a bunch of that stuff, it goes in a large shop bag. I'm never really too far from the car or the stroller, which has plenty of storage. For a hike though, I carry either a DLBP or S25.
            Large Shop Bags are the best!

            If I am not taking the S25, my stuff ends up in a large shop bag too: Side Kick and clothing layers in the main bit and sun hats and snacks, etc, in the side pockets. Our daily routine usually has us walking around our neighbourhood with no stroller or car so for going to/from preschool or errands I just use the LSB. I will hang the S25 on the back of the stroller if we are going on a picnic or into the city on the bus.

            You are packing an impressive amount of stuff into the PU! I think I would love one of them for the days when I take the stroller out.

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