Looking for a cooler/diaper bag

Posted on: Mon, 03/27/2006 - 3:41am
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I am looking for a diaper bag or cooler that can carry all the stuff the diaper bag does (clothes, diapers, wipes, lotion, epi pens and benadryl) and then a cooler part to carry sippy cups and enough room to carry food for a day for DS. I am thinking about this summer when we go places, such as memorial day the celebration is at my brothers house and there will be about 50 people there and it is pot luck so I want to take all of DS food with us for lunch and diner including snacks. I would like to have 1 bag for everything. Any suggestions of a bag?

Posted on: Mon, 03/27/2006 - 12:38pm
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I would check some outdoor type places like REI. Or look online at [url="http://www.REI.com"]www.REI.com[/url] . I'm not sure what they have anymore, but I found a backpack diaper bag for my daughter and it had all the things I needed. It had a changing pad, all the little pockets here and there, and little "cooler" bags that fit in it. They were really cool and I could fit a couple bottles in each little "cooler" bag, and some snacks....Plus I always found the backpacks to be easier to deal with...just my opinion though.
Tim

Posted on: Mon, 03/27/2006 - 12:38pm
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Joined: 02/14/2006 - 09:00

I would check some outdoor type places like REI. Or look online at [url="http://www.REI.com"]www.REI.com[/url] . I'm not sure what they have anymore, but I found a backpack diaper bag for my daughter and it had all the things I needed. It had a changing pad, all the little pockets here and there, and little "cooler" bags that fit in it. They were really cool and I could fit a couple bottles in each little "cooler" bag, and some snacks....Plus I always found the backpacks to be easier to deal with...just my opinion though.
Tim

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