Essential Equipment: Wet Bags
In which Brianna explains wet bags, their typical manifestations, and what to look for as you accumulate your own fleet of this highly useful piece of gear. This informative article contains a combination of affiliate and non-affiliate links.
You need a wet bag.
You need a wet bag. I don’t care if you have kids or not, everyone needs a wet bag. If you have a baby, you extra super duper need a fleet of wet bags, but everyone else should have one anyway.
Kids are messy. Babies leak from every place imaginable. I was definitely relieved when I stripped dirty clothes off Monkey and had a wet bag in which to place them. When my wet bag was already back home to be washed, I had to resort to plastic diaper disposal bags to save the interior of our diaper bag. Please, avoid putting wet clothes in plastic bags. The result is incredibly gross, and sometimes went straight to the trash, with no hope of redemption. If you're building a baby registry right now, read this article, and then go add wet bags to your list. Add more than one, or you'll end up like me, throwing out clothes that got gross fast.
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