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Chaos Control: Organizing Your Home with the Diaper Caddy

Chaos Control: Organizing Your Home with the Diaper Caddy

Welcome to Chaos Control, the video series where we share practical solutions to organize your home in the New Year!

For week 1 we’re featuring our jack of all trades: the Diaper Caddy. Check out episode 1 below to see the 6 ways you can use your caddy to stay organized in 2024 - nearly as simple as a flick of a wand!

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Chaos Control: Episode 1 Organization with the Diaper Caddy

Like what you see? Check out all the different ways you can use our Diaper Caddy to organize your home below...

1. Diaper Caddy

Diaper Caddy on Changing Station

Our most popular use for our Felt Caddy is using it as a diaper caddy. It perfectly fits a stack of diapers, wipes, and your baby's creams with ease. Perfect for keeping a changing station tidy or carrying from room to room for on-the-go changes.

2. Travel Caddy

I LOVE packing our Caddy in my suitcase when we travel. I collapse it fully and tuck in my suitcase, then once we arrive at our hotel I pack diapers, wipes, toys, snacks, and toothbrushes inside so we don't loose any of the little things in our room. Truly a lifesaver!

3. Craft Caddy

If your kids love to craft, using our Caddy as a craft caddy is a major life hack. Pack their markers, crayons, construction paper, glue sticks, and more inside to keep everything in the same place. With so many pockets, you can keep everything separate - and cleanup is so much easier.

4. Car Caddy

Car Caddy in Car with Kids

Keeping a car caddy is a great way to organize your car for the New Year! I love packing snacks, my kids' water bottles, a few burp cloths, some diapers and wipes, a portable changing pad, and a change of clothes inside. Makes for easy car changes and I only have to restock it once a week!

5. Hair Caddy

I recently transitioned my daughter's diaper caddy to a hair caddy as she recently got potty trained! I keep hair ties, headbands, hair brushes, and spray bottles inside for easy access. It keeps our morning routine simple, and simpler is better!

6. Gift Caddy

Gift Caddy for Baby Shower Gift

Lastly, I love gifting our Caddy to expectant mamas. I usually pack it full of items they have on their registry and fill the gaps with tissue paper to make it cute. So useful, practical, and aesthetic for any new nursery!

Thanks for tuning in to Chaos Control - stay tuned for next week, where we share organization hacks for your playroom! See you next week 🫶

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