Best rucksack/backpack changing bag?

(7 Posts)
milkyman Tue 29-Mar-16 09:16:03

Expecting dc2 soon - friends have said rucksacks are much better when you have a 3.5 yr old too - any recommendations?

5minutestobed Tue 29-Mar-16 11:35:08

Watching with interest!

DartmoorDoughnut Tue 29-Mar-16 11:37:53

Ditto!

TedGlen Tue 29-Mar-16 11:48:46

I've used a rucksack since having dd2 (they're now 3 and 5 and I still use one). It's not a special changing one though, my current rucksack is an outback 12 litre from Amazon, it was about £20 and is still going strong after 2 years of daily abuse! When we needed nappies etc, I had a wash bag inside to keep changing stuff in, including the freebie changing mat from the boots parenting club bag. Things I have found useful are that it has 3 compartments, and 2 elastic mesh bits (one either side) to hold a drink for each dd.

milkyman Tue 29-Mar-16 14:22:46

This is also running on pregnancy thread
www.mumsnet.com/Talk/pregnancy/2602405-Best-changing-rucksack-backpack

Redhead79 Tue 29-Mar-16 21:17:37

Baby mule. Have it, love it!

Allnamesaretakenffs Thu 31-Mar-16 12:32:50

I bought a giant crossbody bag from Primark for £12 - I have three kids all under three, so needed something big enough but sturdy to be able to carry spare kids clothes, a travel potty, snacks, drinks and nappies! It's brilliant, and much cheaper than a standard nappy vhanging bag.

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