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    Totally up to the individual..

    I had an Isoki bag for my first 2.. Gees it was heavy to carry.

    With my 3rd I spoiled myself and got a Marc Jacobs baby bag and a year later and I'm still in love with it. On day when I don't need it I get a bit sad thT I don't use it! I will keep using it forever and ever, it wasn't cheap but it's my fave purchase ever!

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    I have my heart set on a Mimco Nappy Bag, it's quite stylish so I hope to use it a lot!
    And my Handbags tend to be quite small so I can't see any of them fitting all I will need for a baby!

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    I have an Il Tutto and love it. I got it when our first was born 4.5 yrs ago and used it for 2 yrs. Now I have just started using it again with our 3 week old. Still looks in as new condition. Has awesome front pocket for my things ie purse phone lip balm..and inside is large with sectioned off areas. Plus entire insert can zip out for easy washing or can be replaced with a normal bag insert to convert to a normal handbag.

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    I bought an Isle of Charlie bag and absolutely love it.

    It's a beautiful leather bag, I use it as my work bag at the moment as it easily fit my laptop.
    We also used it on our overseas trip with a toddler as our excursion bag. It would fit everything we needed for the day, food and drink for the toddler, napies, travel guide, etc.

    It's an expensive bag but I know I will get lots of use out of it

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    I got a Colette nappy bag for $70 that I love. Looks like a giant handbag but with lots of compartments including insulated bottle sections, a change mat etc. Similar to the Mimco one but alot cheaper!

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    This is the one I have

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    Sorry pic didn't attach!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Sorry pic didn't attach!
    That's gorgeous! What's it made of and where did you buy it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    That's gorgeous! What's it made of and where did you buy it?
    Its just a wipe able plasticy material ( like most nappy bags are made of) I actually got it from Colette at Marion shopping centre ( I know ur in SA) but u can get them online on the Colette site. $70

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    I purchased the Mimco Baby Bag on the weekend, it's gorgeous! It's actually my first purchase for bub! ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1427768638.764361.jpg


 

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