Petunia Pickle Bottom Boxy and Abundance Boxy Backpacks

Hi everyone!

After a rather crazy month away, I’m back! And I’m here to share with you a comparison of the Petunia Pickle Bottom Boxy and Abundance Boxy backpack diaper bags. Chances are, if you’re researching these bags, you are wondering what the difference between the two really is. And with a difference in price of only about $20, you may be wondering if it is worth “splurging” on the larger version. You can never have too much room, right? Well, you may. These bags were MUCH larger than I had anticipated, so I’m really happy PPB worked with me to do a comparison review.

In this review, the Boxy backpack is packed for a day out with a single child and the Abundance Boxy backpack is packed for twins. The images in the table have been shrunken down for easy side by side comparison, but feel free to click them to enlarge them.

Boxy BackpackAbundance Boxy Backpack
Packing list:
1 sippy cup
1 glass food jar
1 bib
1 water bottle
wipes
6 diaper changes (2 covers, 6 soakers)
1 wet bag
1 book
2 toys
sunglasses
shopping bag
makeup clutch
keys
phone
knick knacks
muslin blanket
wallet
Packing list:
2 sippy cups
2 glass food jars
2 bibs
1 water bottle
wipes
12 diaper changes (4 covers, 12 soakers)
2 wet bags
2 books
4 toys
sunglasses
shopping bag
makeup clutch
keys
phone
knick knacks
muslin blanket
wallet
The front pocket of the boxy diaper bag features a fold out changing pad and 2 pockets plus a small knick knack pocket and wipes case.The front pocket of the abundance boxy diaper bag also features a fold out changing pad but has 4 pockets and 3 small knick knack pockets and wipes case.
For my base layer for the boxy, I packed all six changes, plus the sippy cup and muslin blanket.For my base layer for the abundance boxy, I packed all 12 changes, divided in half by the sippy cups and muslin blanket
Both bags have a handy clip for keys or pacifiersThey also have a nice sized pocket for bibs, spoons, and cell phones near the top of the main compartment
They also have plenty of room for the rest of your necessities while on the go

 

Both bags are really lovely. They both feature removable crossbody straps and the backpack straps can be unclipped and tucked away into a pocket on the back of the bag.

 

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