Here's a tip from DT reader John:
When it comes to my son and traveling around town I've taken a very minimalist approach. I'm a stay at home dad and have been using a Maxpedition Fatboy sling to carry all my essentials: diapers, wipes, sippy, well you get the idea.Indeed I do. As the Maxpedition description shows, the Fatboy was designed for quick access to a wide range of specific gear in high-stress situations:
The MAXPEDITION Fatboy S-Type Versipack (#0408) was originally designed for Search and Rescue work, the S-type allows for the additional attachment of the CP-L Radio Holster (#0102) or any other MAXPEDITION accessory pocket in place of the cellphone pocket on the standard Fatboy. In addition, the Fatboy S-Type rides on the left side of the body filling the need for a 'lefty' Fatboy and a grab-and-go gear bag that does not hinder the quick drawing of a sidearm on the right hip.Or the toting and burping of a baby on the right shoulder, for that matter.
The S-Type Fatboy Versipack from Maxpedition Hard-Use Gear is available in black, green, khaki, and woodland camo for $64.99. The right-riding Versipack is also available in Desert Camo.
It is unclear whether the Hook & Loop Universal Modular Holster [$9.99] expands wide enough hold a bottle. There is no matching changing pad available at this time. [maxpedition.com]