Early on, when the kid had a blowout at Barnes & Noble, and I had only a spare Onesie (R) for a cold day. I had to turn her hoodie into a pair of pants (with a baggy MC-Hammer-style crotch) so she wouldn't freeze on the way home. Somehow I can understand not having spare outfits, but not not having a spare diaper, ever.
Be Prepared gives advice on how to improvise a diaper "MacGyver-style," from a towel, a sock, and some duct tape. It's been a few years since I worked on the farm, so I'm still more likely to have a diaper handy than a roll of duct tape. Or a tube sock, for that matter. Has anyone ever actually MacGyvered a diaper? Why and how?
"Onesies" is a registered trademark of Gerber Childrenswear, Inc. Mention of the actual product in our bag in no way constitutes an endorsement of or liability for our parenting methods. For that matter, "MacGyver" is a registered trademark of Paramount Pictures Corp., who, unlike the manufacturer of a more easily commodifiable consumer product, can only be pleased that when it enters into wider public use. And last, but not least, "Be Prepared" is, as you'd expect, a registered trademark of the Boy Scouts of America Corporation, but I'll let Simon & Schuster--like Paramount, a division of Viacom, making Greenberg's use of "MacGyver" an example of synergy, not trademark infringement, Ah, the life of a media conglomerate--fight that battle themselves. Not that I'm a lawyer, but did you know you can't trademark book titles?