The 10 Best Diaper Caddies

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This wiki has been updated 20 times since it was first published in January of 2018. Many parents never get completely used to having to change dirty diapers, but with the right accessories and tools, the task can be a bit less unpleasant. These caddies will help you organize and store all the things you need to keep your baby fresh and clean in one place. Some come with enough space for holding additional items, like burp cloths, pacifiers, teething toys, and more. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Parker Baby Co. Bin

2. 3 Sprouts Organizer

3. Munchkin Sarabear

Editor's Notes

May 30, 2020:

Whether you want to fill them with just diapers and wipes or additional important items like teething toys and burp clothes, our selection of diaper caddies has a suitable choice for you. Today we added in the stylish Munchkin Sarabear, which is a durably woven basket with an attractive cotton liner in your choice of either solid yellow or green and blue stripes. It also incorporates a piece of the fabric onto the handle for comfortable carrying. The handle conveniently folds down so it doesn’t need to take up a whole lot of space. The liner sports several compartments of varying sizes, making it easy to organize all sorts of essentials. For the convenience of a durable plastic model, look to the Oxo Tot, which comes in a neutral white and gray color combination and with enough compartments for storing diapers, wipes, creams, swabs, and so on. Its handle locks in the upright position, so it’s easy to carry around the house as needed. It conveniently comes with a soft changing mat.

The durable and stylish Parker Baby Co. Bin moves into the number one spot in this update. It comes in your choice of two sizes, and sports plenty of compartments, making it great for corralling everything from diapers to burp cloths to breast pump accessories to bottles of medicine. The insert is removable, so you can take it out to store items that are slightly larger, like toys or clothing. For another handled model that’s somewhat smaller and only has one main pocket, look to the 3 Sprouts Organizer, which features a wide, comfortable carrying handle and is available with your choice of cute animal characters, such as an owl, a bee, a snail, an iguana, and more. Its vinyl interior makes it easy to wipe clean, and it also has a small exterior pocket. Matching pieces are sold separately, including a clothes hamper and a toy box.

For a model that conveniently can be hung from a crib or a play yard, check out the Dexbaby Organizer, which comes with two sturdy rounded hooks and sports mesh pockets that make it easy to see what’s inside. It boasts a neutral gray color and incorporates sturdy, reinforced shelves. For a stylish, box-shaped model that’s made of a durable fabric with a reinforced carrying handle, look to the JJ Cole J01603, which comes in your choice of navy blue, heather gray, or heather brown. It’s got a bottom drawer and rubber feet on the bottom for stability. In this update, we removed the CutieB Portable, which isn’t the most durable option, and the discontinued Playtex Genie.

Special Honors

Personalized Embroidered Diaper Caddy Available in several color schemes, this handled bag features several compartments and will look great no matter which room you carry it into. It makes a nice gift for new parents and can be embroidered with a choice of thread colors and font styles. It’s got eight outer pockets and a removable T-shaped separator for versatility. It spot-cleans easily with a damp cloth and is great for storing all your diaper-changing essentials as well as things like crafts, small toys, and pet supplies.

4. Dexbaby Organizer

5. Oxo Tot

6. Munchkin Diaper Duty

7. Ubbi Set

8. Hiccapop Essentials

9. JJ Cole J01603

10. Trend Lab Storage

Karen Bennett
Last updated by Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett lives in Chicago with her family, and when she’s not writing, she can usually be found practicing yoga or cheering on her kids at soccer games. She holds a master’s degree in journalism and a bachelor’s in English, and her writing has been published in various local newspapers, as well as “The Cheat Sheet,” “Illinois Legal Times,” and “USA Today.” She has also written search engine news page headlines and worked as a product manager for a digital marketing company. Her expertise is in literature, nonfiction, textbooks, home products, kids' games and toys, hardware, teaching accessories, and art materials.

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