The moment I’ve been waiting for is finally here – FALL! And although the temps still have it feeling like summer, I know I’m ready for cozy sweaters, more apple picking, lots of pie making, and all the new beginnings this season will bring. With that being said, what better way to start fresh than with a new backpack? Mom’s way 😉
Backpacks are the new IT diaper bags, am I right? Hands-free, practical, convenient, and not to mention, super cute – it’s easy to see why this trend has skyrocketed within this last year. You know my love for them runs so deep, which is why I’m so excited to share with you my newest addition – meet the Axis Backpack from Petunia Pickle Bottom.
At first glance, the Axis is one spacious beauty with all the right compartments. And with its glazed-coated canvas, messes are super easy to clean and wipe off – a life saver when you still have a love for all things neutral 😉 But what makes this bag a standout is its insulated base that’s perfect on its own or for their Intermix Grid Caddy – a type A’s organizational dream come true. Or if you’re like me and just enjoy having cute little compartments for our snacks (because moms need fuel too) and precious items. I didn’t think diaper bags could reach a new level, but it has with the Axis bag, and I have feeling it’s only going to get better.
Cam and I wasted no time busting out the bag for our everyday activities; even plays around with it when we’re at home – girl’s got great taste, what can I say? Easy to access, spacious, and of course beautiful, the Axis is literally my new favorite thing on earth. Petunia Pickle Bottom, ya did SO good.
Let’s face it, researching diaper bags is one of the first things we do when we’re expecting. And as moms, I think we can all agree that having the right bag is essential. That feeling when you’ve forgotten something? Yeah, pregnancy brain never really ends, does it? But let’s celebrate those #momwins and #smallvictories, and get the bag that will help you do it.
Here’s to making motherhood slightly easier. You’re welcome 😉