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#1 of 2 Old 03-27-2004, 06:06 AM - Thread Starter
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I'm finding that I need to switch between a "work bag" with a few diapering accessories on weekdays and a regular diaper bag on weekends. Can anyone recommend a nice messenger bag that is suitable to take to the office but has good organization for packing some baby things? I pack relatively light for the baby on the days when ds is in daycare, but I need a lot of space for files and notebooks. The bag doesn't necessarily have to be marketed as a "diaper bag"--I'd just like something that's easy to open with one hand.

I just ordered the Ameribag classic tote, which I love as a diaper bag, but it's a bit too small as a work bag. Any suggestions?
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If you can do classy but not terribly conservative, I'd suggest a petunia picklebottom boxy backpack - it has removeable backpack straps, plus the messenger, andcomes in gorgeous asian brocades. The inside would be perfect for files, and you could put a few accessories in the zip-out front.
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