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07/12/2009 at 15:56
What could you not live without in your changing bag? Do you refill it every time you come in? What do you find you use the most of while out and about?
Please share your changing bag tips and must haves for the March issue of PP. Please post your story on here or email me at email@example.com and include your full name, age, where you are from and the names and ages of your children, along with a picture.
07/12/2009 at 16:05
07/12/2009 at 22:52
a must for: nappies bag!!! not only to put nappies, i do use it for dirty clothings and also used wipes, sweet wrappers....to make sure we dun get fine from the councils.
1 value wipe and 1 quality wipe: used the cheap wipes to wipe surface like highchair, tables,... used the good wipes for baby's bottom, hands....
07/12/2009 at 23:40
07/12/2009 at 23:57
Folding potty, spare knickers and trousers/tights for oldest girls plus a complete change of clothes for baby, breast pads, bibs and burb cloths, dummies and satchets of calpol and teething gel, small books, rattle, various drinks and boxes of raisins or smarties and as many wipes and nappies as I can fit in the pouch. Also have wrist straps somewhere in there along with my purse, phone, keys and lipbalm and tissues in every available pocket as I can never get to one quick enough! I always had a spare top with my eldest as she suffered from gastric reflux and always threw up on me at some point during the outing. My friends say I have Mary Poppins bag!
I have regularly forgotten the bibs and wipes for the baby but luckily have always been with another mum with plenty to spare. I do try to offer wipes etc to the mum stuck on the changing mats in mothercare with exploding nappy and 1 wipe left wondering if it will last til you have bought some more (was me with my eldest and still wish someone had offered me some help!) I try and leave the bag restocked for on the way out
08/12/2009 at 09:36
Thanks for your lovely stories ladies-much appreciated.
Youngmummy, Id like to use your story in PP, could you email me your full name, age, where you are from and the names and ages of your children, along with an image of all of you guys for the magazine? My email adress is firstname.lastname@example.org.
30/01/2014 at 15:19
Im a pocket nappy mum
For my 3 month old..Cloth nappies, wewipes, extra and extra clothes (usually babygros) bottles, formula, bib, muslin, gloves, wet bag, liners, hat
My eldest who is 2, and were potty training at min.
Knickers, potty training pads, nappies, 3pairs leggins and few spare tops, snacks, juice, flask with milk in, an extra beaker, hat, gloves
Suncream, alcohol rub, brush, deodrant, toys, nappy cream, changing mat
Thats all I can think off at the top of my head x
05/03/2014 at 15:50
My change bag is a mixture of mythings, stuff for baby and toddler bits, wont matter what I'm looking for its always knocking around in there!
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