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    Default Medicine storage help

    My DS suffers from a few medical conditions and we have to carry medications with us at all times. HE is 6.5 now and starting to get anxious and ask constant questions.....which is a good thing.

    Anyway I want to buy a funky bag/container to store his medications in that we cart around with us. Just to make it not so "medical" looking. Does anyone know where I can get a good one from?

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    Have you googled it?

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    Default Medicine storage help

    Penny scallon? They have great little bags with zips hopefully I spelt it right lol

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    I have googled it but can't find anything suitable.

    Thanks, will check that out

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    Default Medicine storage help

    Or just thought maybe etsy?

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    http://www.positivelysplendid.com/20...-tutorial.html

    Maybe something like this would be suitable?

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    Have a look at www.starallergyalerts.com.au/ they might have something suitable


 

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