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Review: Wee Generation Diaper Bag

Mariana from Riding With No Hands had the chance to review the Wee Generation diaper bag this week! As you can see, she is very excited about the product, so excited that she decided to offer a giveaway to her readers as well. For your chance to win over $100.00 worth of baby products from Wee Generation, hop on over to Riding With No Hands and show her some love!

About Wee Generation

Seventh Generation offers products for babies that are safe for your children and the planet. From chlorine free diapers and wipes to specially formulated Baby Laundry Detergent, Seventh Generation provides you with baby products you can trust. For more information about our company, visit www.seventhgeneration.com.

The Review

I can truly say that I have a unique diaper bag. I haven’t seen any other mom with the same one. It’s a bag that my husband is not ashamed to carry. Most importantly, though, it’s eco-friendly. How many of you can say that about your diaper bag?

The Wee Generation Baby Bag is the culmination of close to a year of research and development, and a collaboration between Seventh Generation, Healthy Child Healthy World, and Rickshaw Bagworks, in an effort to bring children’s well-being and environmental health to the forefront. You’d think that danger could never be hiding in something as harmless as your diaper bag, but some have actually been shown to have dangerous lead levels.

From the inside out, this one is completely PVC-free. The exterior fabric is Cradle-to-Cradle certified, which means that only environmentally safe and sustainable products were used in the manufacturing process and in the material itself. More specifically, it’s made from 100% post-consumer recycled water bottles. How cool is that!?

Some more of its features:

  • PVC-free waterproof, wipe-clean liner
  • Removable insulated feeding tote, changing tote and plush changing pad
  • Detachable insulated bottle holder and quick-access zip pouch
  • Large rear zip organizer pocket for on-the-go convenience
  • Dual front zip compartments with key tether
  • Velcro and magnetic closure as well as dual buckles
  • Deluxe adjustable comfort strap with quick release cam buckle
  • Stroller attachment straps
  • Available in four stylish, yet gender-neutral patterns


It’s the little details that make this bag so amazing: the light color of the inside so that the bottom doesn’t turn into a black hole; the soft, suede-like changing pad; the three types of fasteners; the fact that just about everything is detachable; the comfy carrying strap… I could go on and on. It really has everything that you could possibly want in a bag. I can see myself using it even after baby’s out of diapers!

The Wee Generation Baby Bag might just be Earth’s best baby bag, but time is running out! The opportunity to own this limited edition bag draws to a close at the end of this year. It sells for $200, but 100% of the profits are donated to Wee Generation’s non-profit partner, Healthy Child Healthy World, which is a wonderful organization that works to safeguard the health of children and protect them from harmful environmental exposures.

To sweeten the deal even further, the bags come packed with $100 worth of eco-friendly goodies including coupons for free Seventh Generation products, a copy of the book Naturally Clean: The Seventh Generation Guide to Safe and Healthy Non-Toxic Cleaning, a Wee Generation baby T and healthy household tips from Healthy Child Healthy World.

The Wee Generation Bag can only be purchased from Rickshaw Bagworks.

– Mariana @ Riding With No Hands

www.weegeneration.com

Posted by Nicole Ibarrondo, former editor here at Mom Fuse

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