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willow3006 Mon 22-Aug-11 11:06:12

Hi

does anyone have any recommendations for a twin changing bag? I'm hoping to get one with a pull out changing mat and one thats not too girly so my husband can use.

willow

AtLongLast Mon 22-Aug-11 21:35:04

We didn't buy anything `twinny', just used bags that we could carry stuff in comfortably. We started off using an old flight bag we had lying around. Obviously that didn't have a changing mat, but it did us for a while. Once it fell to pieces I bought this rucksack. Not the prettiest & certainly not girly, but functional & does have a change mat. & it was only £10 in the sale at the time.....

Halestones Mon 05-Sep-11 15:29:59

We bought the PacaPod Logan bag - Certainly big enough for twins, and it's quite unisex (not one of those pink bags with flowers at least)

greygirl Fri 09-Sep-11 15:34:36

we bought a 'proper' changing bag, but then switched to a nice big rucksack, with lots of pockets. My husband would happily carry it, I could carry it whilst holdling hands with both twins, and it didn't swing over my shoulder and whack me (or anyone else) in the face when i bent down.
I bought a changing mat from somewhere (or i might have just used a clean towel). you really don't need a 'specialised' changing bag, no matter what people say.

BranchingOut Fri 09-Sep-11 15:36:51

Skip Hop are quite neutral in design.

However, if I come home from being out, I can always tell that my husband has taken our son out for a walk in the pram because the carefully packed changing bag will be flung in a corner and he will have set out without a nappy to his name! smile

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