Here we are with April quickly closing in and I can't believe that Fidget is already 6 weeks old and we're figuring out this whole life with a baby thing. At times pregnancy seems like it was just yesterday and other times it feels like a lifetime ago. Time and how we experience it can be such a mystery.
One of my favorite parts of getting out of the house with Fidget, aside from leaving the house of course, is grabbing my diaper bag. I absolutely LOVE this bag! Early on I knew that a regular diaper bag probably wasn't for me, I didn't want something super girly or that screamed diaper bag. I also thought it would be nice if it was something that The Husband wouldn't mind carrying. Because of this I began looking for ways to either make a diaper bag from scratch, something where I could pick the fabrics used, or use a bag I already have. That's when I settled upon using my all-time favorite bag. This leather Fossil bag was what I used when I was a teacher and I absolutely love it! The only issue was that the bag itself wasn't washable should a bottle leak, wet clothes get thrown in, etc.; I mean, sure, small leaks could be mopped up from the inside but anything big might pose a problem. That's where the idea of creating my own insert formulated and that's the tutorial I bring to you today.