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Twin changing bag.

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40Wales Wed 23-Jan-13 23:27:17

Can anyone recommend a changing bag for twins?

StormyWeek Wed 23-Jan-13 23:39:13

I have twins, and I never noticed any need to have a special bag. In fact ,I had 3 in nappies,as my eldest was 19 months, when they were born. Get a nice roomy bag, one that has a change mat of some sort, and one that has a waterproof compartment for soiled clothes and nappies.

ceeveebee Wed 23-Jan-13 23:44:00

I just have a normal pacapod bag. Manage to get 4 x nappies, wipes, 2 x change of clothes in the 'nappy' pod and used to get 2 bottles, cartons and bibs in the 'feeder' pod - now they're older i get 2 x beakers, bibs, snacks and cutlery in. The main bag has room for my keyd, phone, purse and a couple of small toys/books.
But they do expandable ones if you think you need more room

40Wales Fri 25-Jan-13 02:42:29

Thanks for your suggestions

mummyharper Fri 25-Jan-13 13:31:28

hi check out Pitterpac's Whitehall bag. its big enough for toddler and baby so could image its good for twins?

ChangingBags Mon 28-Jan-13 15:29:51

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Littlemissexpecting Fri 08-Feb-13 09:34:18

Babymel do one for twins it has 2 compartments

zipzap Fri 08-Feb-13 11:24:21

I have a great bag from (think that's the URL, on phone so haven't checked) that would have been an ideal baby changing bag if I'd had it a couple of years earlier and they do bigger ones that would be ideal if you want to carry more.

They are not marketed as baby bags per se but have won awards for being good baby bags! They are all wipeable on the inside and waterproof I think, have pockets for phone, pens, etc one or two insulated lovers for water bottles/umbrellas/milk bottles etc. And then instead of being divided up into big sections, it comes with clear and bag coloured little bags that you can use as a change kit, for snacks, for toys or dummies or medicine - anything really! Plus they sell changing mats to go in it and more spare pouches.

If you do like them it's worth checking them out on twitter as there are often have discount codes. It's not a big company - just set up by a mum who got fed up of not being able to find a bag that met her requirements. (and no, I don't have anything to do with the company but I do have one of the bags which I love and it's nice to support small businesses!)

MamaBlue4 Wed 13-Mar-13 21:13:46

I have the ju ju be beprepared bag. I have 3 kids who still need stuff storing. It's amazingly big and I love it.

Smtt77 Tue 30-Jul-13 22:59:06

This one is made for twins:
Looks lovely too x

nevgav Sat 17-Aug-13 10:32:43

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