Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Diaper Genie Portable Diaper Bag Dispenser (Preparing For Baby Guide)

I am a mom like many other moms out there, who is constantly on the go. From the daily errands that I have to run to taking older kids to practices, play dates, parties, school events and so on. So when I prepare for little Wyatt to join our family soon, I keep in mind that fact when looking for products. I need products that are easily accessible for me, my husband and even my kids who are excited to be involved in caring for their new baby brother. One thing that I personally can not stand and I try to keep from happening myself, is walking into a public restroom to have that dirty diaper smell smack you right in the face. With my two oldest kids, when they were in diapers, I carried around a few of the grocery store bags to put dirty diapers in so that I could try to reduce that horrible smell. They did help, but there were plenty of times that doubling up on bagging the diapers would have made a bigger difference, lol. Well this time around, I have been introduced to a new product that will be making those stinky diapers more pleasant for not only my nose but for others who may be in the same vicinity as the diaper I place in the trash after a change. These diaper bags  are meant for putting dirty diapers in, so that you can throw them away without having to be embarrassed about leaving a horrid smell behind, and are lined with a fresh lavender scent which masks that nasty smell. The Diaper Genie Portable Diaper Bag Dispenser is compact and fits great in any diaper bag, and you can clip it to the stroller or a diaper bag for easy access!! This nifty Diaper Genie Portable Diaper Bag Dispenser is not only handy and masks scents, but it is also easily refillable, which makes the life of mom even easier all together!! I am very pleased to have the Diaper Genie Portable Diaper Bag Dispenser, and as odd as it sounds, I am excited to be able to use it when changing Wyatt's diapers in the new future when I am on the go!!!




This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

1 comments:

Laura Lane said...

Now that looks handy. You could just leave it hooked to the stroller if you wanted.