Best changing bag for use with a toddler?!

Discussion in 'Toddler & Pre-School' started by stargazer, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. stargazer

    stargazer Mummy & pregnant

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    Can anyone recommend a good changing bag to use with my 16 month old! I've got a pink lining yummy mummy bag at the moment but I really don't need one that big anymore, but I still want a changing bag, just one that isn't that big! I've been looking everywhere and all of them seem massive! What does everyone else use for a toddler?!

    Thanks x
     
  2. _Vicky_

    _Vicky_ Mum to twins

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    didnt want to read and run but as I have two my bag is only just becomming respectable and not bulging at the seams lol.

    I have seen the inserts though that you can put into any bag - lord what are they called - a little pouch thing that contains all you need.
     
  3. Lucy_lu_84

    Lucy_lu_84 Pregnant with #2

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    I just used my free boots one its not huge. WAs a little big for short trips but now it's bulging again

    Im soooo jealous that you have a yummy mummy bag, I came across them the other day and I WANT! lol
     
  4. Whoppy-pop

    Whoppy-pop Amelia-Rose

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  5. Rah

    Rah Mummy to 2 princesses

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    I just take wipes and nappies so they fit in my hand bag Isobelle does have a tiny back pack if we are going somewhere for a day where I need food she likes to have her own bag or easy enough to put over the buggy she's had it from about 17 months when I realised the silvercross change bag was practically empty
     
  6. joeyjo

    joeyjo Mum to 2boys, growing #3

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    I just chuck a clean nappy or 2, a few wipes and a water spritzer in my wet bag (we use cloth) & stick that in my (admitedly big) handbag - once I have a wet nappy then the spritzer & remaining clean nappy go in the main bit of my handbag. Just use my handbag and chuck a banana/cereal bar and a sports bottle of water in ., also usually have a small car, small book & raisins.

    I try to keep it as streamlined as possible as G doesn't like the pushcahir so we walk and wear him lots. I bought a solarweave connecta as that can fold tiny in my bag too.
     
  7. OmarsMum

    OmarsMum Well-Known Member
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    I use a black messenger bag from Mothercare. It's not big. When I want to carry something fancy, I use one of my large bags. xx
     

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