What to Put in a Diaper Caddy
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You need this diaper caddy basket! It’ll be one of your favorite organizing products.
So, are you wondering what to put in a diaper caddy?
The first thing I do when I open a new box of diapers is fill up my diaper caddy basket. It is so nice to be able to just grab a diaper from the caddy, rather than try to pull one out of a plastic packaging.
I am able to store about 50 diapers in it plus four packages of wipes stacked. You could probably store a few less diapers and/or less or more wipes, as well as a few other items.
I don’t really use the dividers either, but it does come with a couple of dividers for extra organization.
The handles are great for moving the caddy around, in case you need it in another room, traveling, etc.
There are also side pockets for storing little things (binkies, binky catchers, teething items, etc). I also don’t use these too often, but I do store our binky catchers in them.
The quality is great. It is very sturdy and can honestly stretch out a bit to hold more diapers if you really wanted.
There are lots of designs out there, but I have linked the design we have 🙂
Here is what to put in a diaper caddy:
As stated above, I can get about 50 diapers in the diaper caddy. This can vary, depending on if you are using the dividers, and what other items you would like to store in it.
I can store four packages of wipes alongside the diapers (two packages stacked on either side). This can also vary based on what else you are wanting to put in the diaper caddy.
3. Diaper cream and applicator
The side pockets on the diaper caddy are perfect for storing smaller things, like diaper cream and an applicator brush (you can read about our favorite one here).
4. Baby lotion and/or other creams
You can also use the caddy to store things like baby lotion, eczema cream, or any other toiletry you needy handy and at the ready.
5. Misc things like binky catchers, teething toys, etc.
I love using the side pockets to store binky catchers. It’s a great place to have them because I always know where they are, and they’re easy to grab when we’re in a rush.
Having a couple teething toys at the ready is also a good idea in case baby is up teething in the night, and/or you need a distraction during a diaper change.
There you have it: a few ideas about what to put in a diaper caddy.
Do you have other ideas? Organization hacks?
I’d love to hear about them!