Versatile bag to double as diaper bag?

yslaurent

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That isn't the Neverfull or the Totally. I already have both and looking to expand my collection in the upcoming year but want something different from those two bags that I can still use on an everyday basis. If it helps, DD is a year old and we typically only go out for a few hours at a time so a few snacks, change a clothes, and maybe a toy or two with my few essentials is what I would need to throw in the bag. Just looking for anyone who has used other bags besides those two.

I use a file system as shown below for organization that easily switches between bags.
 

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LVbinti23

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I am in the same boat. I have a 17 month old and last night we went out to dinner it was so hard to find a nice bag that I could put his things in along with mine. I ended up going with the Noe PM NM and that worked out, but I tried like 4 other LVs before deciding on that one. I usually use the Montsouris GM when I go on day trips with him because it holds a lot and is hands free. I also carry him in a forward facing carrier often and so the backpack works great because of the weight distribution, but when we want to go out to dinner or less casual place, it can be tough. My Tivoli GM works well along with my delightful PM.

The Noe may work out well for you since you already have an organizational system and the lack of pocket may not be that much of a concern. You can also add a crossbody strap to the Noe and turn it into a hands free bag when needed since it looks like a crossbody would fit well in your collection and you already have a classic speedy.

I know it can be difficult to find a great baby/mommy bag that is worth the long term investment.... GLD
 

Lookin@bags

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I have the sac plat pm and use mono strap to be more worry free when I don't need much with me.
Can be worn on the shoulder or cross body and it's pretty flat against your body so it doesn't get in the way.

I just noticed you like de it comes in that also.
Gl!
 
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I just got the Bosphore backpack since I transitioned from my neverfull--->totally. It's easy and hands free- great now that I have a 2.5 yo and a 4 month old that I pack for- it's also great that I can hand if off to DH if I'm wearing the baby! That way I don't feel like a pack mule! Wallet on the side so I can slide off one shoulder to get to it quickly!
 

yslaurent

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I wanted to let you all know I chose the Turenne GM. I thought I was going to get something in Ebene but when I saw this bag I just had to have it. Thank you all for your responses and suggestions.
 

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Miss Krys

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The Siena has my vote due to its functionality/practicality (can be worn several ways, zippered top, and has interior pockets), size options, and the fact that it comes in DE which is useful around little ones and their spills/messes/sticky hands.
 
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