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Toddler Backpack Essentials

When we head out for the day there are certain things that I always like to have packed in Rhett’s bag. Whether we are headed to preschool for him and work for me or to a play date or run errands together, the fact remains that toddlers needs are high! Lol. Rhett has a new back pack from Gabby Box and it truly fits everything perfectly!

Here are some of things we have been taking with us lately.

3FA9231C-0B01-4E61-99A6-70993408CD741) Snacks…all the snacks! I like to take some fresh fruit or veggies to offer first and then have some healthy prepackaged options as back up. Pictured here: halved grapes in a Wean Green container; whole grain chia cookies from My Super Foods, and a box of Sneakz Organic vanilla milk.

2) Spare clothes (and underwear). Rhett does not have many accidents and is a pretty clean eater, but if I don’t have back up on hand then I could be in trouble if anything happens. You just never know! Pictured here: shirt from The Blue Envelope and pants with elastic waist from Gymboree. Not pictured: spare underwear.

3) Indoor shoes. This is for the winter months. When we arrive in wet boots I like him to have a clean shoe option. Pictured here: shoes from StrideRite.

4. Books and activities. I never know when we will need to wait somewhere or if I will need Rhett to be occupied for a few minutes. I like to takes books that he can look at or we can read together, flash cards that we can work on our letters, numbers, and colors with, and a boogie board that he can draw on or practice his writing skills. Pictured here: flash cards from Kindergarten Tool Kit  

I hope that is helpful for you if you are entering into the stage of toddler back pack time. 💙

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