It isn't pretty, but it sure is practical. The Eagle Creek Parent Survival Travel Pack is designed to make traveling with babies a little bit easier.
We like that it has multiple carry options - it can be a backpack, and has a shoulder strap to carry like a shoulder bag - which could be handy in an airport. It also has a removable changing pad, and a number of zippered pockets and dividers for carrying all the accoutrement of parenthood. An internal divider pocket lets parents carry their own stuff as well.
Missing from the description is size - if it isn't going to work as a carry-on, what is the point? As well, all those dividers and pockets add weight, and we would need to know how much the Survival Travel Pack weighs empty to see if it is worth carrying. But we are suckers for anything that helps organize travel with children. $69.00.
Have you flown with a baby? Would this bag have helped you?