No matter what, leaving the house as a new mom is tough. You have to consider a million things: how many diapers you’ll need, where the spare onesie is, whether you packed the pacifier. But as a first-time mom living in a big city, I’ve faced some very particular new parent challenges. I rely on walking and public transportation to get around (meaning we don’t have a car), and I live in a one-bedroom apartment with my husband and our new roommate (meaning we don’t have a lot of space).
The good news is that with the right tools at your disposal, you can get around town with a little one. In fact, chugging around my neighborhood with an efficient stroller and nursing cover kind of makes me feel like a supermom, even when I’m practically bathing in spit-up.
A Collapsible Stroller
A Stroller Rain Guard
A Stroller Cover That Doubles As A Nursing Cover
Portable Hand Sanitizer
A Stroller Strap
A Diaper To-Go Kit & Foldable Changing Pad In One
A Backpack Instead Of A Diaper Bag
A Travel White Noise Machine
Travel Stain Remover
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