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thread: What nappy bags are you loving at the moment?

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    What nappy bags are you loving at the moment?

    It occurred to me that I haven't gotten myself a nappy bag yet! What bag do you love?

    Kelly xx

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    One word - vanchi



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    One word - vanchi
    This ^



    sent from my watzamajig so may not make sense....

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    Wow, never seen them before, very speccy! But, I don't think my partner will want to be seen carrying it?!?
    Kelly xx

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    I love my mimco nappy bag but also have a bugaboo one, that DH is ok to be seen with in public!

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    Apr 2009
    Perth, WA
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    DH bought me a Vanchi as well, cant wait to use it

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    I have a custom Angelpack nappy bag that i love

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    I will be getting a pacapod this time around. With a toddler and a newborn the two separate "pods" inside just appeal to me! I am hoping it will prevent some of the mess that my nappy bag became where I could never find what I needed!

    Oh AND they do unisex ones so Dads are more likely to hold it

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    Aug 2010
    Gold Coast
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    I love my mimco nappy bag my sister worked there and bought it for me as a gift! I have a black one so DH doesn't look odd carrying it lol.

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    Loved my Oi Oi hobo bag!

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    GR8X nappy bags are great and one my husband didn't mine carrying around
    Have had the same one for all my three kids. It is now 8yrs old and still going strong.

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    Lol no vanchi isn't very man friendly but I LOVE mine!! We have a Lego backpack that DH uses, in the early days it was an Ikea cow print bag.

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    Nov 2010
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    I'm loving my ergo backpack and my slingyroo. The back pack is black so DH is happy to carry it, has heaps of room plus lots of nifty little pockets to stash stuff in. Hooks relatively easily onto an SSC as well, which is a bonus.

    The slingyroo has plenty of space but the real attraction is having the extra long strap that connects to sling rings on one end - means I can wear it across my body over DS when he's in a wrap and because it's wide strap made from wrap fabric, it spreads over the shoulder and is really comfy. Important considerations for adventures without the pram to hang a bag on

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    I have an Il Tutto (Nico in berry) gorgeous but not man friendly

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    I have a oi oi tan leather slouch bag. LOVE it. It's classic and a good size, not massive just right.

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    Vanchi all the way. I have two of them!

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    Looks like I have lots of googling to do! Thanks heaps for the ideas and feedback, now I have a starting point
    Kelly xx

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    I love my vanchi too. Not man-friendly but I am the one needing it 99% of the time & I love that it looks like a handbag rather than a nappy bag. I found with ds that (because I was bfing) dp wasn't anywhere without me too often until ds was that bit older and we used a little backpack instead.

    I had an oioi hobo with ds and I loved that too.

    My only downside with the vanchi is that it's a little bulky if I have dd in the close carrier - it's ok if just wandering around the shops but when i'm standing at the footy I get a bit over it!

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