confusinglady wrote:I think its a good idea to think about how long you re likely to be out for and if you re more likely to be driving or walking, buggy or carrier/ wrap etc. obviously there will be a bit of everything.
I, like you, on the 3rd child ( albeit different ages), spent a lot of time nipping back and forth in a car; school, swimming lessons, dance lessons, supermarket etc
I have hardly walked anywhere ( dd2 was at nursery though every morning, so my day was chopped into bits!).
Really good points! There probably will be quite a lot of in and out of the car and while I do hope to walk it will be probably going on the school run with Louis or for a walk walk as opposed to being out all day.
confusinglady wrote:I kept one nappy in the change bag and a couple in a separate bag in the car so that I could refill bag if needed
I always kept spare nappies in the car, I hated being invited to stay longer / do something fun and having to say no because I had no nappies - always had my boobs attached so it meant I was flexible!
Kim wrote:I bought an Osprey Flapjack Courier bag
That is cute Kim!
g murphy wrote:I had this and loved it. it was just the right size for me. x
That is pretty cute too! The only thing with that style is how did it go hanging on your buggy?
See I'm thinking this really may be a great way to go - I can make a really nice change mat with pockets, I've seen lots of tutorials on line and do exactly as you say - move where I want it or just throw it in the beach bag or whatever I need!confusinglady wrote:I ve got a portable change mat that has a few pockets so wipes, hand santiser, spare nippa went in there. Then I can move things from bag to bag and hubby can put in his more manly messenger type bag.
Dancing mum wrote:I've just bought a back pack (still wearing baby on my front)
Yep see I want to do lots of too so I think a back pack is going to be a must for us!