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Make this bag your must-have car survival kit! Stock this zippered canvas pouch with items you absolutely cannot run out of: an extra diaper, mini pack of wipes, a spare change of clothes, hand sanitizer, pacifiers, teether, etc. Leave it in the back seat or trunk of your car so you're never caught unprepared!
DETAILS + DIMENSIONS
- MATERIAL: 100% Polyester
- Flat corners
- SIZES: Large is approx 12.5x8.5", small is approx 8.5x6"
- Black or White zipper detail
- Ships separately
These durable 100% polyester poplin fabric bags feature a gold zipper. Made in USA. Care instructions: Machine washed on cold, no bleach. Tumble dry on low. Do not iron or dry clean.
Want a different color? Shop our Colorful Car Kit Pouch here.
The Everyday Mother is a daily newborn baby log book for tracking feedings, breastfeeding, exclusive pumping, baby milestones, and more. Helps track newborn sleep schedule for easy sleep training. Wellness section for postpartum health tips. Diaper tracker, bath day checklist, and everything else you need to make newborn days easier to remember.
All orders over $30 ship FREE, no code needed, using Media Mail Shipping. Media Mail takes approximately 7-10 business days. If you'd like a faster service, you may upgrade during checkout. We ship orders on Mondays & Thursdays. Processing time is not included in your shipping time.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you will have 30 days to return/exchange any non-customized item. Full return policy available here. Please contact email@example.com and include your order number to start a return/exchange.
n honor Jackie's micro-preemie son, who inspired The Everyday Mother, we donate 1 EM Mini to a local NICU for every 50 Everyday Mother books sold. Read more of Jackie's story here.
We also donate $1 for every Limited Edition book to a charity chosen by our winning artists. Read about artist's charities here.
We partner with ACDS for assembly of our products. ACDS is an organization that provides work experience for young adults with disabilities.
Need help? From how to insert pages & ribbons, to who can use The Everyday Mother, we've got you covered on ourFAQ Page.
THE EM MISSION
Coming home after 99 days in the NICU was hard. The days blurred together; I couldn't remember anything.
When did he eat? Is this a sleep regression? Did I miss a medication dose? When did I last shower?!
I created The Everyday Mother to track all those things. It saved my sanity, let me accept help from others, and helped me better understand my baby.
The Everyday Mother was a life-saver for my family, and I know it will be for yours, too.