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What is your fave diaper bag for having 2 little ones? My kiddos will be 20 months apart so I know I will still be packing snacks and diapers for the big sis. I want something big enough, but not crazy bulky.

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  • I purchases the Be Prepared by Ju Ju Be in earth leather, and I LOVE it! I don't use it yet, but cannot wait! You can check out youtibe for tutorials. It has everything thing my first one didn't (things I never thought of). Love, love, love.
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  • I don't know if I count since my two are the same age, but I've gone through a couple.  I've wound up with a regular Land's End backpack (I think it's this one).  I just wanted one that had two main compartments--one for diaper stuff and one for snacks and such.  I also like that it has space for two water bottles/sippy cups on the sides.  I had a Skip Hop Via backpack before this one and it was fine...It just met an unfortunate end with a squirrel. :-)  I think I prefer the Land's End one though since it was a good bit less expensive and easy to repurpose when I don't need it as a diaper/kid bag.
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  • I use my PPB Boxy Backpack.  It holds a lot IMO and the backpack makes it easy for me to hold hands with my kids. 
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  • I was determined to find a good, DURABLE, diaper bag my for my 3rd. With the first two I went through at least 2-3 diaper bags before each littleone was a year old.

    I ended up going with a Harvey's Seatbelt bag, Diaper Bag. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it. So durable, large but not too large, easy/quiet to open (magnetic).

    Littleone is 10 months now and it still looks brand new. I use it for all 3 of my kids stuff (2 in diapers).

    Good Luck choosing one!

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  • My kids first 2 are 20 months apart and I have (don't laugh I'm on a budget) a baby boom diaper bag from Walmart. It's not top of the line but it's held up pretty good. No rips or anything and I can fit everything I need in it. My son is 27.5 months and my daughter is 8 months. I'm hoping to have my son potty trained by the time #3 so I have room for the new baby's stuff.
  • We use a regular backpack.
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  • I use Vera Bradley, but will need something different when number two gets here. That or I'll keep a crate in the car for extras.
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