Petunia Pickle Bottom Sashay Satchel Diaper Bag

Most people recognize Petunia Pickle Bottom diaper bags for their Boxy Backpack style. Many moms love that one because they can be hands-free, thanks to its sturdy backpack straps. But did you know PPB sells another backpack style diaper bag? I introduce:

sashay-satchel Petunia Pickle Bottom Sashay Satchel Diaper Bag

 

The Sashay Satchel!

This bag not only has the comfy backpack straps but it offers another carrying option with its padded tote handles. Use one or the other—or both!

sashay-satchel Petunia Pickle Bottom Sashay Satchel Diaper Bag

This bag features a total of 10 pockets for organization, a light, water-resistant inside lining, and great durability! It’s the perfect size for all my needs for my two children (toddler and 6 month old baby) and even when I have it jammed packed, it’s not too heavy! The backpack straps, though not padded, are still very comfortable and don’t cut into my shoulders or neck. The shape of the bag distributes the weight of what’s inside very evenly over your back so the straps don’t hurt you.

My favorite features of this bag, other than the fact that you can tuck away the backpack straps if needed, is how wide the main pocket opens, and the key fob located right inside the main pocket. No more digging around for lost keys as I try to keep my toddler from running in front of a car in the parking lot!

My only complaint is that not ALL of the prints have a light interior lining. My print does, but some other cute ones have black interiors. So watch out for that if the infamous “black hole issue” is a deal-breaker for you.

Check out our video for other features of this bag and get a closer look at why I love my PPB Sashay Satchel!

Like what you see? The Sashay Satchel runs from $139-$175, depending on which print you choose. You can shop the Sashay Satchel HERE!

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Heather lives with her husband, daughter and son and has learned to accept that Utah is now her permanent home. Before becoming a stay at home mom, she taught elementary school and loves to use that background to create fun activities to entertain her children. Though staying home with the kids is great, Heather has always enjoyed finding more ways she can keep herself sane, including elaborate cross stitch designs and playing with any puppy she can find. She particularly loves to read and write and prides herself in always remaining honest in her posts about life as a wife and mother, even when the truth is sometimes embarrassing.

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