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Which changing bag should I go for and why?

(16 Posts)
Emmz0 Mon 23-May-11 21:16:01

Hi I'm torn between storksak olivia in black color and pink lining leather messenger bag. which one shall I go for any why pls?

carocaro Tue 24-May-11 12:23:09

won't matter really, you''ll have the baby be so busy and never notice what bag you have!

JennyDuncan Tue 31-May-11 20:27:02

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COCKadoodledooo Tue 31-May-11 20:27:56

The free one from Boots, because, err, it's free.

MrsJamin Tue 31-May-11 20:29:22

If you're breastfeeding you hardly need a special changing bag at all - all you need is a travel changing mat and a bag you like with lots of pockets. If you ask me, manufacturers slap the title "changing bag" on the product, add a "bottle pocket" and £40 to the price. Just get one you like FGS.

doozle Tue 31-May-11 20:31:48

I can't believe there's a whole topic dedicated to changing bags!! grin

Hullygully Tue 31-May-11 20:34:17

I would go for the John Galliano Limited Edition Baggo Ferrari. It has a dazzling array of pockets and zips and comes with colourized and accessorized wet wipes gently frangraced with hypo allergenic parfum.

MayaMorph Mon 19-Mar-12 10:41:21

in need of stylish, funky and reasonable changing bag. Any recommendations?

lilibartley Wed 21-Mar-12 13:54:55

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arf at 'bobbag' why not go all the way and call it a shit sack?

Op, get a nice rucksack.

CuppaTeaJanice Wed 21-Mar-12 13:58:42

In my experience, if you are a first time mum you'll need a bag twice the size of a small country. Second time, you'll have a very small rucksack containing everything for you and both DCs, and will wonder what the hell you kept in the aforementioned huge changing bag!! grin

MayaMorph Wed 21-Mar-12 16:29:27

my stylish shit sack - that has a certain ring to it.
No can't do a rucksack. And, sorry, I hate people that wear rucksacks and are oblivious to everyone behind them!
Thanks @lilibartley am seriously liking the Lynx model. Might have to give it a go.

Chique26 Sat 25-Aug-12 17:53:04

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anotherblackcoffeepls Mon 27-Aug-12 14:12:05

I bought the 'Yummy Mummy' gorgeous leather handbag from 'Pampeano' not your usual Mums website they sell Polo products!! It was fab for me and now I've moved on from baby changing stage it's still looking fab even use it as an overnight bag. I've just bought one as a works maternity leaving gift for a colleague the best bit is that the middle zip opens to the base so you can find things amongst all the extra things mummy's acquire! lol

Babyk12 Sun 30-Dec-12 00:40:06

After searching the net for a leather changing bag, I managed to find a great one on www.baby-beau.co.uk. I bought the Eden bag as it was spacious and could easily be mistaken for a normal bag, which was what I wanted.

prettygav Fri 23-Aug-13 10:21:12

I was having a look at these bags from Lara Jill. I think they could pass for handbag/travel bag.

www.larajillbags.com/collections/sale

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