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    Default Nappy Bags - what to pick?

    I have been looking for a nappy bag for a while but haven't been able to make a decision. With my first DD I used a back pack but I thought I might splurge on a nice nappy bag this time around as I haven't had to spend on other things I already have left over from when she was a bub. I like the look of the Vanchi bags but I am still undecided so any advice on your own nappy bag experiences would be very helpful.

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    I always found backpacks to be alot easier to deal with and not so bulky but each to her own.

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    I loved the Vanchi bags but they were a bit out of my price range. I ended up getting a nice one from a Melbourne company called Soon Maternity. Just look them up on google, they have a website. Only a few bags but they come in different colours.

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    I have a red kapoochi nappy bag from big w. Approx. $90. I love it, plenty of room in it with plenty of pockets and poaches.

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    Check out Wynnie Walrus - love my nappy bag!!

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    I have a few. I have an small oioi one that is good for short trips, a soon maternity canvas bag, an isoki and a couple of big handbags. I like to change my nappy bag regularly. I use my isoki the most. I'm going to sew myself a new one this time around. Good luck.

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    etsy!
    I was given one as a gift from there and it's GORGEOUS! custom picked colours and fabrics

    I also bought a canvas handbag that I'll also use as a nappy bag

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    Mine is OiOi -- chocolate brown leather, I splurged -- I figured i'd spend that much on a handbag, & this will replace handbags for a few years, that's how I justified it! Love it

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    I have an OiOi Carry All, and it's great.
    It's beautiful, has heaps of pockets, and it's like a Mary Poppins bag. It doesn't look that big, but I can fit everything I need for a newborn and a toddler in there, and still have handbag space for my own things

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    I got an OiOi backpack off eBay love it, I was thinking of getting a bag with a shoulder strap but so glad I got a backpack. Cost me $20 and is in such good condition- it was a real bargain!


 

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