The DadGear Backpack used to be one of our also-great picks but it was discontinued. We liked the bag’s large size and clever storage (like a chamber dedicated to dispensing wipes.) The DadGear’s flaps zipped open all the way—more like a suitcase than a typical handbag—making dumping out crumbs and cleaning easier. If you somehow manage to get your hands on one we still think it makes a great purchase. https://i.pinimg.com/280x280_RS/18/c2/ea/18c2ea7b3d186e423df19d84977ecfad.jpg
The Carter’s City Tote was the largest tote we tried, and it was the one we used one afternoon when we needed to pack extra clothing for three kids instead of just one. Our chief quibble: The six pockets inside the main compartment are confusing. Labeled “bottles” on one side and “my stuff” on the other, the interior pockets were not wide enough to fit our wipes and diapers, which meant they got dumped in the main compartment with everything else. In addition, though the Carter’s City Tote was the most lightweight bag we tried (8 ounces), the downside of a large tote like this one is that if you fill it to capacity there is more risk of overfilling the bag so that it becomes especially heavy to carry on your shoulder. With unpadded straps, that’s uncomfortable. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/59/2c/89/592c894e639595d47c7fcc145226ea9d.jpg
Thirty-One offers exclusive, on-trend accessories and organizational solutions – most of which can be personalized. Cindy Monroe launched the company in the basement of her home in Tennessee in 2003. She had four employees at her side. Today, she has more than 2,000 employees, and an Independent Consultant sales force nearly 80,000 strong. Thirty-One exists because Cindy wanted to provide an opportunity for women to find financial freedom through owning their own business in direct selling. The company?s name comes from Proverbs 31, which celebrates hard-working women who are compassionate, gracious and inspiring to their families and the people around them. Thirty-One’s foremost purpose is managing and building a business that helps its Consultants succeed in theirs. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/34/10/91/34109111d3a768de976d4cb8db4b361f--tiered-serving-tray-fine-china.jpg
*MSRP is our Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price at which we suggest our collections be initially offered. We list an MSRP on our products that we sell ourselves and that sell through our wholesale partners. Our wholesale partners are free to use our MSRP or set a different selling price. We generally introduce our new collections at MSRP on our website. Since MSRP is a suggested price, actual sales may or may not have been made at MSRP in any certain area or in all areas. Prices may vary by channel or location. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/09/8a/a9/098aa91d62722fa04da0c108b1add083.jpg
Thirty One is already the go-to source for durable and stylish totes, backpacks, purses, home decor and now baby––and all with the ability to be personalized. The new baby line isn’t just for families with infants. Sure, there are some seriously adorable diaper bags, bottle thermals, baby caddies and even whimsical pillow designs for the nursery. But it’s also for those of us with big kids too! https://i.pinimg.com/236x/63/a4/33/63a433d17b2596a9562eeb567557c8d8--baby-bodysuit-baby-onesie.jpg
Additionally, many view campus childcare as a safe haven for college students. "During my 18 years working in campus childcare, I have witnessed how the student-parents can complete their courses and stay focused by having childcare on campus," says Sori Palacio, a Head Teacher at BMCC Early Childhood Center. "Parents usually express how thankful they are for having their children traveling with them to school as well as having their children nearby while they complete their degree. They concentrate in academic work without worrying about their child's wellbeing. This service helps the entire public by preparing more people to serve the community."