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if you have a bugaboo cameleon, where do you put your changing bag?

(10 Posts)
diploddycus Wed 17-Jun-15 13:50:51

When the carrycot is on it looks like it'd bump off the carrycot and stick out especially if the handle is low down (which it will be, I'm short). I've seen little velcro clips that attach onto the D rings of the changing bag that might help but I'm not convinced.

Cameleon owners, what do you do?

KanyesVest Wed 17-Jun-15 14:07:26

<racks brain for long forgotten memories>
I think when I used the carrycot, I hung the strap of my bag over the bugaboo handle and sat the bag on the carry cot cover (mine is zipped on, so taut enough to support the bag without it landing on the baby).

EsioTrot Wed 17-Jun-15 14:08:54

I used a Skip Hop changing bag which had extra small strap bits (well explained, eh!) for connecting to the handle.

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Wed 17-Jun-15 14:09:47

Mine has straps for connecting it to the handle.

sherbetlemonD Wed 17-Jun-15 14:14:34

Buy changing bag holders. You can get them pretty cheap from mothercare

diploddycus Wed 17-Jun-15 14:38:46

I'll get some of those bag holders to try, I'm worried my bag is going to look ridiculously big and block my view of the baby! confused

I'll need to have a look at people out and about and see what they do too. Hardly any images on Google of people with changing bags on the handle.

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Wed 17-Jun-15 14:39:41

Definitely doesn't block your view of the baby unless you have the handles really really high!

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Wed 17-Jun-15 14:42:24

By the way even when I had an uppababy vista with a huge basket I still put my bag on the handles, much more practical than getting it out of the basket and digging around for things IMO.
My bag was a pacapod and they all come with the handle straps. I've just bought a new change bag for DC2 and purposely chose one with handle straps.

Artandco Wed 17-Jun-15 14:53:38

Just put bits underneath. As long as not a huge bag you can get stuff in and out still. The carrycot clips on and off in 2 seconds so that's easy enough. If I went out all day and wanted a few extra changes of clothes/ nappies just in case I used to just put x2 nappies and wipes in my handbag which was usually enough for a good few hours. Then spares under pram incase. Most of the time only used what was in handbag.

That basket is huge though! You can fit a huge family picnic/rug/ and swimming supplies for 4 in there btw!

diploddycus Wed 17-Jun-15 15:24:25

Handles will definitely not be high so that'll be okay! Basket will probably be full of DC1's junk so it's good to know it fits loads.

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