I'm trying to decide on what changing bag to get but I can't really get out to look at any as I've had a really bad pregnancy with hyperemesis and lots of fainting episodes lately too, we have a bugaboo chameleon just waiting to be picked up and it is in the black and sand fabrics, I did think about the matching bag but someone said they are not very accesible - they are big but just awkward to get into, can anyone give me any ideas, with pics or links if possible.
i have a jujube beall and i LOVE it! i figured it was worth spending a little extra on considering it will basically be my handbag for the forseeable future too!
i got the black one (lotus lullaby)which would match your pram perfectly too louise!!
i got mine from amazon, saved a few ££ that way too.. http://www.ju-ju-be.com/our_products.asp?prodid=beall
we have the bugaboo cameleon and i too have the changing bag to match, and yep it can be a pain getting in and out of it, though i do still use it sometimes, as its a good size, and the bottle pockets are fab.
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