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das1 das1 2 years
Missing a wetbag....perfect for collecting dirty clothes. I'm not sure who makes this diaper bag but Timi and Leslie have similar metallic bags that look more like purses than diaper bags: http://hmandbb.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=diaper+bag&x=-1082&y=-38
Greggie Greggie 6 years
It's not helping that I've watched Mamma Mia three times this week and just keep wondering if it's made out of Abba's boots.
macgirl macgirl 6 years
it's just so shiny.
macgirl macgirl 6 years
it's just so shiny.
pharm_chick pharm_chick 6 years
i agree, the diaper bag is kind of hideous lol
pharm_chick pharm_chick 6 years
i know moms who wish they packed extra clothes, so these are pretty good and very sensible tips to keep in mind when i have kids
Greggie Greggie 6 years
I just keep the change of clothes in the car. We've rarely needed it but it does come at odd times. Although obviously if we're on a plane or something where I can't run to the car I throw it into the diaper bag. That silver bag is so ugly.
Greggie Greggie 6 years
I just keep the change of clothes in the car. We've rarely needed it but it does come at odd times. Although obviously if we're on a plane or something where I can't run to the car I throw it into the diaper bag.That silver bag is so ugly.
schnappycat schnappycat 6 years
Most of the time, I've just taken a change of clothes on the airplane, eggymar (after one nightmare poop blowout experience). I think it depends on your baby and also your level of comfort. Some parents freak if there is a bit of spitup on an outfit and change it immediately, but I never worried unless it was major or poop. So I rarely took a spare outfit for my son. Nor did I change his clothes at home too often. There was enough laundry with stains to do without putting a clean outfit on him each time he burped a bit. But if I was planning to be out all day, I sometimes would throw in the car or bag a clean onesie or something JIC. But for quick errands, not.
eggymar eggymar 6 years
really on the change of clothes? have we just been lucky at home and away thus far...?
alavista alavista 6 years
Who's diaper bags are these?
alavista alavista 6 years
Who's diaper bags are these?
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