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    What₩type of baby bag do you use? What do you like/dislike about it?
    I'd love to see photos.

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    I use a bag I bought at strand bags that fits in my pram better than the actual proper baby bag I was given which is too big for daily use but makes a great weekend baby bag.

    When I could still use a baby bjorn I used a calico library bag for the bare essentials.

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    I hate nappy bags! I just used a large handbag with a smaller nappy wallet inside it. I have the Isoki Petite Traveller and it holds everything I need.ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1441779304.671292.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1441779320.962332.jpg

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    That's a really great idea @Pumpkin1106!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pumpkin1106 View Post
    I hate nappy bags! I just used a large handbag with a smaller nappy wallet inside it. I have the Isoki Petite Traveller and it holds everything I need.Attachment 73509Attachment 73510
    I'm the same! Hate nappy bags. There are some great nappy wallets on etsy or madeit.com. I like one with a Velcro tab closing, so I can stuff it full. And I still get to use my normal handbags!

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    I have just decided that I will get my daughter a small back pack! And I don't know why I didn't get it sooner.
    It is still used just like a nappy bag but it's small and compact. And much easier to carry! I'll see if I can find the photo! Even then you could put one of those small nappy wallets in it if you choose?

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    Sussan do a great nappy bag for about $60 I think - they regularly have sales so look out for it discounted. It's a nice simple black one that is smart looking but doesn't cost so much that you feel bad if you don't use it!

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    I have two baby bags and never use them. Much prefer a nappy wallet in my regular handbags.


 

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