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    Default Nappy bag for 2 children?

    Can anyone recommend a large nappy bag for two children? I'll admit I'm a pack rat and take heaps of stuff when I go out, I prefer to be prepared for any situation.

    DD1 is 3 however we're toilet training so at the moment I'm carrying around lots of changes of clothes for her plus a pottete and liners/ flushable wipes etc.

    My second is due soon and I'm sure like my first I'll be overpacking.

    I've looked around but can't really find anything I like, I'm looking for a large tote ideally with lots of pockets so I can be organized. Any suggestions would be appreciated 🙂

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    I have a just turned 3yo old whom I am currently toilet training too, and a 3 month old.

    I recently bought a Kate Hill nappy bag - I was not going to buy another nappy bag just a large tote- but I got this on sale last month and fell in love, i think it's still on sale http://www.katehill.com.au/w1/i10132421_2770618/

    tonnes of pockets yet easy to access and see everything, not daggy.... everything fits yet still has room for more! I'm a complete over-packer too

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    I have a jj cole mode nappy bag and mum bought me an avanti collapsible basket for christmas that i pack all sorts of other stuff into. For DD whos 3 and recently toilet trained i just put a spare change of clothes into a nappy sack and pop it into the nappy bag.

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