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    I didn't buy a nappy bag for either kiddos. I purchased a bigger handbag and a bottle warmer.

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    I have this Skip Hop bag. http://www.amazon.com/Skip-Hop-Bento...83146&sr=1-106

    It is great. I love the separate food compartment on the bottom.

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    I was bought a patent leather il tutto.
    While it is wipe clean on the outside, even before you add all the essentials it's heavy.
    I feel like I have the kitchen sink in there.

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    I love jujube bags.

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    Storksak Olivia is my recommendation! Not cheap, but has been going 2 years, used almost daily and still looking great, no wear or damage at all.

    I had a cheaper skip hop one briefly before that and seams started to fray on it within a fortnight of use!!

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    I went el-cheapo kmart special with da and hated it. I love my handbags and I felt like a frump carrying that icky thing around. It was all practical, no style.

    So this time I splurged a little and got a gorgeous stylish bag that looked like a nice handbag but had all the compartments and change mats etc. it was a gr8x I think? About $150. But I loved it! Still do. It got used just about every day for 13mths so it's had a good life for a handbag and still looks nice.

    Just find one you like the look of. They pretty much all do the same thing- hold insane amounts of stuff that babies need to leave the house. Some things to think of though- will it fit under your pram? Is it easier to get into or have a quick access pocket for emergency baby bottom leaks (it happens) and - is it easy to wipe over if it gets in the way of said bottom leaks.

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    I LOVE my vera Bradley. It's from America but ships here.
    I have had many, but this is by far my fav!!!

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    I bought mine months ago at Vanchi . I love their nappy bags, very stylish and light weight. You can check their site for more designs http://www.vanchi.com.au.

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    Default Best nappy bags?

    I'm not a nappy bag person never really liked them much so my mum bought me a fun handbagIMG_1474377337.643594.jpg


 

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