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    Wow, thanks! it is extremely roomy and a very hard price to pass up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maple View Post
    Wow, thanks! it is extremely roomy and a very hard price to pass up!
    That's what i thought - bargain!

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    Depends on style you are after, but I recently bought 2 isoki nappy bags and absolutely LOVE them I figure you don't just buy handbags because they are practical, you buy something you like that is practical. Don't see why a nappy bag should be any different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    I've just bought a storksak in a lovely tan leather. I love it! Cost loads so I bought it from the uk and shipped it which saved me about $200! So yes, very expensive, but it's the only thing I've really bought for this pregnancy and I needed the retail therapy
    I am in love with the storksak Elizabeth in tan! Is that what you got? Where did you order it from? Thanks!

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    I had an Isoki & loved it for 6mths but then it became too big for my needs. I now have a Wynnie Walrus and I love it.

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    I'm loving a ju-ju BFF in jujuberry squares I'm just waiting to see if I can order my pram in silver first

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurSerendipity View Post
    I am in love with the storksak Elizabeth in tan! Is that what you got? Where did you order it from? Thanks!
    Hi I got the Emily from an online shop called Mummy and Little Me in the UK. If u sign up to their newsletter u get 10% off, and they also remove the tax. I got the pram clips as well and I think I paid about £180 all up so about $270 Inc delivery.

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    I wanted an Oroton but decided that was waayy extreme for a nappy bag, i ended heading to Strand Bags and getting an oversized handbag for $40!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    I've just bought a storksak in a lovely tan leather. I love it! Cost loads so I bought it from the uk and shipped it which saved me about $200! So yes, very expensive, but it's the only thing I've really bought for this pregnancy and I needed the retail therapy
    I did this too


 

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