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13/02/2015 at 10:03
ATM I'm using a baba bing satchel type bag (http://www.very.co.uk/bababing-day-tripper/1458058766.prd?aff=google&affsrc=acquisition&cm_mmc=google-_-PLA+-+Child+%26+Baby-_-Child+%26+Baby+-+Generic-_-_63938712538&k_clickid=4fa4ebb2-8c48-9048-638b-000003453034&kpid=16418999&gclid=CNyO37LU3sMCFWTMtAodDlAA8A) which ii was given by a friend for free as she wasn't using it anymore. The only problem is I find it massive and half of it is empty even when I've put all the usual things in it! It will be handing for longer all day trips when I need to carry more stuff (toys etc) and probably when weaning as will need more space for pots etc. but if I'm popping out to the shops etc I'm only out for 3/4hrs max so really don't need something so big ATM. It also takes up the whole of my pram basket which seems silly if I'm not actually using it!
So I was thinking of getting a smaller bag, don't want to spend lots.....any thoughts (doesnt have to be a change bag specifically as long as I can put a pound land travel change mat in there quite happily). Could I get away with a kids rucksack or something like that at this age (6 weeks)
13/02/2015 at 10:47
I've bought one of these from Etsy and it is quite small and smart...
It comes with specific buggy straps which I like ;-)
I can't see the dimensions of the one you've got though so don't know if it is significantly smaller?
13/02/2015 at 13:20
Have you thought about a pushchair organizer? There are a few different brands that do them, bugaboo, britax. I like the look of the skiphop one thoughwww.boots.com/.../Skip-Hop-Stroller-Organiser_1423900
19/02/2015 at 11:12
Can't help with the smaller bag but you are right about still needing the bababing for later. I have one and it started full and then got really empty until we started weaning. Now at 15 months there is milk, water, snacks, toys, clothes. It's rammed!
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