The newest trends towards men-only baby shower party and the even more popular parent baby shower party has contributed to the popularity of the dad diaper bag in the wish list.
Modern dads take care of their babies. But& men do not want to be seen with a female design diaper bag. So why not give a truly masculine diaper bag to the father to be.
I came across these dad diaper bags that are on sale. Available in camouflage or black color, this stylish shoulder diaper bag comes with a super comfy strap that goes across the chest with a padded back for extra comfort.
A padded changing pad, two handy clips for keys and a cell phone holder adds practicality to this bag. The Dude Shoulder Diaper Bag is currently on sale at wrapables.com for $39.95, a $20 savings.
A Brand from Two Dads
If you are looking for something even better, then check out the DadGear product lines. DadGear is born out of the mind of two dads to be who realized that the diaper bag market felt short of father expectations.
DadGear worked hard to ensure that their products don’t look like diaper bags because this is not what men want. Their collection looks like normal backpacks, messenger bags and sport bags on the inside. The difference is in the inside. The bag interior is cleverly made for carrying around all the baby gear with lots of easy access features.
I found a video on dadlabs.com that let’s you experience the fantastic features of DadGear messenger bags. Take a look; you will see what is so great about these man diaper bags. The Billboard messenger bag series is eco-friendly too. Recycled highway billboards become the bag material so each one is unique.
Women looking for the DadGear clever design diaper bags can find a female line at DaisyGear.com; so we do not have to be jealous. The line is more of hard core styles than on the pretty side. When you are wearing cool jeans or going to meet your snowboard buddies, these are the kind of diaper bags, a mother should bring.
Going back to the Father’s Day gift ideas, the most innovative products are certainly the DadGear Diaper Vest and the Cargo Jacket. Take all of the functionality of their diaper bags and incorporate them into a stylish fleece piece of clothing and these are what you get. The Vest and Cargo Jacket are perfect for the short trip and for older babies.
I am just starting the gifts section on my blog. I will give you more gifts ideas for the celebrated person, the hostess and the party favors. So come back to see what I dig up.
Link: Dude Shoulder Diaper Bag at wrapables.com
Link: Store listing for the DadGear collection – click on International for Canadian listing
Link: Video on the Billboard messenger diaper bag on dadlabs.com
Link: Web site of DaisyGear – the female side of DadGear
JennMay 29, 2007 at 09:43
What a great idea – daddy diaper bags!
Ed and I have always wanted to do things and celebrate special moments together so the idea of a parent baby shower just sounds so right to me.
Even our bachelor/bachelorette we did together which was so much more meaningful and fun =)
At Home with kim valleeMay 29, 2007 at 13:53
That is how our friends planned our bachelor/bachelorette party too. My husband and I have wonderful memories of that night.
Last September, we did for one couple two separate parties but on the same day; they were a day long parties. We even arrange for one romantic kiss before dinner. I will talk about these two parties in one week or two. So I do not want to say too much at this time.
JossieJune 13, 2008 at 21:13
It’s so cool to see dad carry a diaper bag. It’s not because it’s so unusual to see one but its because I enjoy seeing a dad and baby together building a bond and baby on dad’s chest or in his arms is a place where baby seems safe and fun.
Melinda GuardSeptember 9, 2010 at 20:07
Definitely cool to see a male designed diaper bags. Most daddy would love to have those bags for their father and child outing.