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    Default Recommend me a nappy bag.

    Thinking about getting a nappy bag. Don't want to spend >$100.

    nothing to cutesy. I like the look of this one on etsy but who knows what the quality would be. We are going to be using MCN's and I plan in breast feeding.

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    Default Recommend me a nappy bag.

    I use an OiOi bag at the moment. They are over $100, but can get them cheaper on eBay second hand. They are pretty durable things. I love how it's split into compartments. And the bag I got looks like a handbag.

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    There are a few on the oioi site that half price atm. I just bought mine for fifty dollars

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    Default Recommend me a nappy bag.

    I have a Vanchi which I LOVE..not sure if any of them are under $100 though.

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    Default Recommend me a nappy bag.

    I didn't even bother buying one second time around, I used to carry a little backpack for my daughter and had wipes and nappies in there. I bf my son, so didn't need much space.

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    Thanks for the recommendations.

    Mrsboyts- which one did you get ?

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    I use a hiking back pack I got from Rays outdoors. So much easier to carry than any nappy bag I have had for previous babies, and way more comfortable. It has plenty of compartments to keep things seperate and padded shoulder straps. It also fits well into the basket of the pram, although more often I wear it on my back and my baby on my front.

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    I've never been a nappy bag fan. Got one as a gift, but I gave it to my mum to use for when she minds bub but while I am at work. In place of a nappy bag, I really like using a handbag which is slightly oversized and fits everything bub and I need. I too agree with backpack. When I used to catch the bus into town, using the baby bjorn carrier, I would pack a comfy backpack.

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    Ju-ju be.
    They are awesome! Online.

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