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Old 06-29-2012, 11:39 AM   #1
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Back Pack Diaper Bags?

I wear my baby all the time when we're out and I think a back pack diaper bag would work better since I can throw that on my back while she's on my front. What's your favorite back pack diaper bag? Or would something else work better for babywearing?

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Old 06-29-2012, 12:35 PM   #2
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I like the jujube packabe with the extra padded straps, much more comfortable than the strap it comes with. They also have the bff with backpack option and might be releasing another backpack in July.
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Re: Back Pack Diaper Bags?

I don't think my brand is anything to brag about - I've seen other mom's with the same bag who hate it or have had really early ripping. Mine has been awesome and I pack it bulging full some days.

just saying that backpack diaper bags are awesome - I knew I was a backpack girl and it's easy when babywearing, when pushing the stroller, etc. Just easier to have it on your back than on your shoulder. Sometimes we take the push trike and I just throw the diaper bag on me and I'm not uneven.

yay for backpacks!
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Old 06-29-2012, 01:07 PM   #4
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I just got a petunia pickle bottom abundance bag and while I can't speak to its long term wear, so far I like it a lot. I had a skip hop messenger type bag and it's a pain to keep on my shoulder and not at all big enough for where I am right now. I have a 2 mo, so need lots of extra dipes and a couple outfits for possible blowouts and spit ups. And a 3 yo dirt baby--read needs extra clothes jic--who has regressed and is back on disposables since she doesn't fit in any of her cloth. Add to that snacks, a Klean kanteen for everyone, and miscellaneous detritus, and that mother is full!

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Re: Back Pack Diaper Bags?

There is something called an "on bag" that made for baby wearing. Here is a pattern for making one: http://onbag.co.uk/diy-pattern Not sure if you can find one pre made or not.
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I just use a plain backpack from The North Face.
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