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Transporting toddler bottles

(8 Posts)
CJ2010 Tue 27-Sep-11 13:33:13

Hi this may seem a bit of a silly question but I need some advice / tips!

I have a double buggy, as I have a newborn plus a toddler. I can't have a changing bag ad as I cannot hang it over the buggy bars nor will it fit in the shopping basket underneath, so I have a rucksack. I put my newborn's bottles in a small cool bag when out and about but the problem is my toddlers bottles ( think Lucozade sport type bottle) where can I store these without them leaking.

I put one in my rucksack and it leaked - any tips? TIA

gingercat12 Tue 27-Sep-11 13:45:08

Don't you have a rucjsack with bottle holder netting type thing? Mine has netting on both sides, so that I can have a bottle of water and DS can have one, too.

CJ2010 Tue 27-Sep-11 14:41:19

Is yours a specific baby changing rucksack? Can you even get them?

YouHaveNoPowerOverMe Tue 27-Sep-11 15:26:38

What pram have you got?

I've got one of these on my pram and it's been fab. Toddler has his sports bottle in one side, I have mine in the other and I have keys, phone, wallet in the zip up bit in the middle. Everything is to hand then as well.

YouHaveNoPowerOverMe Tue 27-Sep-11 15:29:20

From Uk

CJ2010 Tue 27-Sep-11 21:17:17

I've got Phil and Ted's Explorer double buggy.

YouHaveNoPowerOverMe Tue 27-Sep-11 21:26:23

That's the same as mine so that in the link I gave you will def fit.

gingercat12 Thu 29-Sep-11 13:09:15

Oh, no. I just have a very cheap blush standard backpack. I bought abroad when the previous one gave up.

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