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Nappy/Changing Bag

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rocknrosie · 08/06/2020 16:09

Looking for recommendation for nappy bags :) due in September with my first

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lockdownpregnancy · 08/06/2020 17:41

Amazon is your best place. I got a brilliant back pack type bag for £17! It's brilliant, though I've not used it yet as also due September 😂

Parker231 · 08/06/2020 17:45

Rucksack from Amazon or Decathlon. Cheaper and much more practical than those sold as baby bags.

Dyra · 08/06/2020 17:50

I got an all bells and whistles changing bag with my pram. Loved it at the baby show, hated actually using the damn thing in the real world. Heavy, cumbersome, huge, but somehow didn't have enough space for everything...

Now I use a cheap rucksack from TKMaxx. Wish I'd just gotten a fold up changing mat and a rucksack from the start and saved myself some money.

BernadetteRostankowskiWolowitz · 08/06/2020 17:52

I used a soft satchell (all canvas) for mine. Not an official change bag but had lots of pockets and was machine washable.

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Sceptre86 · 17/03/2021 05:14

I used a nova harley bag with loads of compartments, it looked great and was easy to clean and didn't look like a cutsey baby bag which mattered to me. I mainly used it when outbin the car so it didn't matter that it was like a handbag in any other respect. For walks I used a very lightweight bag I got free from boots when I joined their parenting club. Not sure if you still get a free gift now. For those who use s baby carrier backpacks are probably better, if you intend to use a pram a lot it might come with a bag. Consider ease of cleaning spillages, number of compartments, storage, how bulky out it is, cost and of course looks, also whether you will be lugging it about on walks or in a car.

Sceptre86 · 17/03/2021 05:17

Mine was pricey but I have used it in two consecutive pregnancies and it still looks as new. I intend to use it again in my 3rd pregnancy.

ReassureMee · 17/03/2021 19:49

Asda sell some lovely ones, loads of storage and a folded nappy mat included!

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