12 Diaper Caddy Essentials For Fuss-Free Diaper Changes

Newborn babies Eat, Poop, and Sleep most of the time. You will be spending a lot of your time feeding them and wiping their bum all day and all night.

To make our job easier, I always recommend becoming as organized as possible to make feeding and diaper changes as effortless as possible.

You can check out my breastfeeding basket post here, and in this article, I am going to share with you how to put together a fully functional diaper caddy.

Well, of course. It goes without saying. I used cloth diapers, so I would have a day’s worth of pocket diapers stuffed and ready to use in my caddy.


If you are using disposable wipes, then I assume you buy them in bulk in a big box.


Disposable wipes usually come in a resealable package, or else you can keep some in this sealed wipe container that prevents them from drying out. I highly recommend using chemical-free wipes.

My babies didn’t mind using cold wipes. If your babies get angry when you use cold wipes, then you might consider investing in a wipe warmer.

3.Wipe warmer

You can use it for both disposable wipes as well as for cloth wipes. I think this can be especially convenient for nighttime diaper changes because using warm wipes won’t bother your baby.

A must-have! Diaper rashes are a horrible, horrible thing, and you would want to avoid them at all cost.

4. Diaper Cream

Giving enough diaper-free time, using chemical-free diapers that don’t irritate baby’s skin and using a natural diaper cream will go a  long way in preventing diaper rashes.

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