Free shipping with code FREESHIP (US orders only)

Packing ToteSavvy with Innobaby

Posted by on


We're big fans of Innobaby products here at Life in Play. If you follow us on Instagram you've likely seen our posts about their Packin' Smart Stacker. It's a must-have ToteSavvy accessory in our opinion!

Innobaby develops and sells much more than just snack stackers. Today we're excited to share with you a few other Innobaby products that are diaper bag and ToteSavvy life-savers. 

The one product in particular we're most excited about is from their Aquaheat™ collection. They've found a new way to heat breastmilk, formula and even food when on-the-go. The system is lightweight, compact and super easy to use. Here's a quick tutorial for using their Aquaheat™ system to warm a bottle of breastmilk or formula.




  1. Fill Aquaheat™ bottle with breastmilk or formula. [ToteSavvy Tip]: Store bottle inside ToteSavvy's insulated pocket to keep liquid cool until use.
  2. Take one heat-pack out of it's plastic packaging and place it inside the bottom of the warming pod.
  3. Pour 1 oz of water over the heat pack. 
  4. Quickly place bottle over heat pack (once steam is visible) and watch as your bottle is warmed in seconds. 
  5. Test temp of milk on your hand before offering to baby. 

It's that simple! Other portable bottle warmers are heavy, messy or require an outlet. Aquaheat™ is perfect for any type of outing and doesn't require extensive planning. We highly recommend getting your hands on one of these!


Next up is our tried and true favorite, the Packin' Smart Stacker. There's so much to love about this product. It fits perfectly inside ToteSavvy's pockets. The clear cups allow you to easily see every snack stored inside. This makes offering a snack to your toddler 1,000x easier. If they can see all snack options at once, you might just avoid the dreaded meltdown 👍

We recommend using your Smart Stacker for crackers, fresh fruit, dried fruit, veggies, powdered formula, or baby puree. 




Last but certainly not least, we have the Teethin' Smart robot teether. This little gem is great for babies and toddlers with sore gums. The shape of the teether allows your kiddo to find the right angle that's most effective at soothing his or her gums. The convenient square hole inside the teether makes it easy for you to attach it to your child (with a paci clip) to keep it off the floor. 



ToteSavvy Mini in classic black was the perfect ToteSavvy insert for our Innobaby-packed diaper bag. With 6 multi-use pockets and a detachable changing mat, it holds enough essentials to keep your little one well-fed, dry and happy. 

The compact size of ToteSavvy Mini is great for use in a variety of handbag shapes and sizes. The tote pictured below is actually big enough for our original size insert, however, we love it's compatibility with ToteSavvy Mini– leaving room around the insert and a "less is more" feeling.  


totesavvy mini



Learn more about ToteSavvy Mini or these awesome Innobaby products by following the links below.


ToteSavvy Mini



Life in Play Team
Life in Play Team

We love to blog about organization, must-have products, ToteSavvy compatible handbags, and surviving motherhood. Learn more about Life in Play at!

how-to must-haves packing tips totesavvy

← Older Post Newer Post →

Leave a comment


activities author: Hilary author:Lauren author:Life and Play Team baby shower backpack beach bags beauty bottle bag CEO Mom checklist cleaning cloth diapers convertible tote dad style deluxe changing kit Fawn Design gift guide GiGi new york handbag love hospital bag how to how-to humor LV neverfull METAvivor mom style mom tips momtrepeneur must-haves organization packing tips pool bag pregnancy spring cleaning summer style toddler totesavvy totesavvy mini travel twins Under $100 what to pack

How to Hack Your ToteSavvy Like a Pro

Lauren Kutting
Zip pouch by Dot Boxed   Think diapers, wet wipes, creams, etc. All items you know you’ll need no matter what. Consider how long you’ll be out and about––and the likelihood of multiple diaper chan... Read More >

Out and About with Ezpz

Hilary Gebhart
  We have all experienced (or heard stories about) toddlers picking up their plates and dumping their food out. For me, personally, it is one of those things that is just super friggin’ annoying - ... Read More >