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    I ordered a handmade nappy bag, bub is always with me so it doubles as my handbag. I generally have:
    * Cloth nappies (MCNs)
    * Wipes
    * Change mat
    * Wetbag for nappies/spewy stuff
    * Bibs
    * Spare clothes
    * Hand sanitizer
    * A toy or two
    * Keys, wallet, lip balm, phone.

    In the early days I'd take pads and breast pads and occasionally a wrap to cover up when latching bub, but don't bother anymore.

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    I bought a Pacapod nappy bag 4 years ago and it's still going strong! I've been using it as a handbag for ages too and people have commented how nice it is.

    When I had little, reflux babies, the bag was full of spare clothes for them and me, nappies, wipes, nipple cream, bottom cream, mini bottle of baby bath stuff (which I did have to use!), terry nappies/spew cloths, muslin wrap, BF cover, dummies, bottles, formula and a thermos, pads for me, lippy, water, wallet, keys, etc.

    When they got older I added toys but needed less otter stuff as they stopped vomiting so much. I also kept a pouch of baby food in there as emergency rations once they were on solids.

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    I use the skip hop pronto which folds out to a change mat. It holds wipes, nappy cream, QV skin lotion tube and 3 nappies. The skippered pocket in the front has my cards and keys.

    I keep a bag in the car with a full change of clothes, extra nappies and wipes and zip lock bags for dirty clothes when needed.

    I've never used a large nappy bag. They are heavy and cumbersome IMO.

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