Bag: Jujube Super Be
Age of Child: 19 months
I am a huge Jujube fan and have used a couple of bags in the past. My first bag was a Jujube BFF, then a Jujube Be Prepared, and now I am debating about switching to the Jujube Super Be. This post is about how I have been packing my Super Be the last couple of weeks as I decide if I want to keep using it or go back to the Be Prepared.
The bag has two tote straps that have a nice long (but not too long) drop. This is great because it allows you to wear the bag on your shoulder easily, even if the bag is very full.The bag comes with loops on either side of the bag to attached a messenger strap, but it does not come with the D rings needed. D rings can be purchased at any fabric or craft store and added easily. I will be adding D rings soon, so I can use a messenger strap.
The Super Be is a large unstructured tote style bag. It has 3 exterior pockets on the front and one large full width pocket on the back. There is a small zipper pocket and 2 mesh pockets inside.
In the front I carry a bottle of water, a sippy cup, and my cell phone. I do not currently use the back pocket.
This picture shows my bag fully packed, with my Be Quick (mommy bag) on top. While I have the bag packed pretty full, its not so full that I couldnt add more items if I needed too.
This picture shows the top view of my packed bag, without my Be Quick on top. From this view you can see everything in the bag.
Inside my bag I have 2 large Travelon Packing Cubes (one with diapers and wipes and one with spare clothes), a Jujube Medium Set Piece that holds restaurant supplies, and a Jujube Fuel Cell that is full of snacks and some toddler formula. This picture also shows a musical book toy in the main compartment, but that is not a normal staple item for us. It is normally in the car.
The zipper pocket contains a hair brush, sanitary supplies, and a chapstick. One side mesh pocket has a burp cloth, my medicine kit (in a Custom Quicklet) and a muslin blanket. The 2nd mesh pocket holds toys, which are shown below.
The mesh pocket for toys includes a large set piece, a crinkle elephant toy, an electronic animal sounds toy and a book.
The Jujube Large Set piece contains a V-tech horse, a small Color Wonder color book, and the game board from a Cracker Barrel peg game. There is also a Small Set piece inside which is where I keep the color wonder markers and the pegs from the Cracker Barrel game.
There is an attached key fob on the inside of the bag. I have a Custom Jujube EOS holder with loose change and a hand sanitizer attached to the key fob’s D ring.
See all the details in my YouTube packing video here.