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    CPS Technician emandbri's Avatar
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    I need a new diaper bag, one with lots of outside pockets for bottles..

    I must have left mine somewhere.

    I would like one with stroller hooks, that will also fit in the basket of a stroller of need be. I have a mountain buggy single and baby jogger city elite double. It would be super handy if it had lots of outside pockets, each kid has their own water bottle and it would be handy to get to them easily.

    Emily tech and mom to Jacob 16, Daniel 13, Benjamin 9, Elizabeth 6. Child care provider to 4 other kiddos.

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    Have you tried ju-ju-be?

    Or the jj cole ones are nice
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    I haven't seen either one of them, would they have lots of exterior pickets?

    On the home daycare board i'm on folks suggested a thirty one utility tote but I haven't been impressed with the quality of the stuff I've bought.

    The super utility tote seems nice but a bit big.

    The bag I lost was a lexie Barnes darling and it was big enough and only: 13” H x 13” W x 3.5” D.

    The super utility tote is approx.: 14"H x 19.5"W x 7.5"D

    What about the skip hop dash?

    Dimensions (inches): 12.25" wide x 11.5" high x 4.25" deep

    Anyone have one? Can you fit a thermos foogo in the front pockets?

    What about this one?

    http://www.diaperbags.com/designer-b...ediaperbag.cfm

    It is 15x 16x 7

    Emily tech and mom to Jacob 16, Daniel 13, Benjamin 9, Elizabeth 6. Child care provider to 4 other kiddos.

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    Re: I need a new diaper bag, one with lots of outside pockets for bottles..

    Yea definitely check out Ju Ju Be. Perhaps the BFF, Packabe, or even the All depending on the age kids you are watching. Pockets galore, I have a hard time filling them all and every bag has outside insulated pockets for bottles. www.shopjujube.com or Amazon. They call have metal loops to hang them off the stroller, and you can purchase their stroller hooks (be connected) as well.
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    Re: I need a new diaper bag, one with lots of outside pockets for bottles..

    Not a diaper bag per-say, but check out the Utility Tote from Thirty-One bags. I have two sitting here in my office right now that I use and they have 7 outside pockets that will hold any drinks. It even holds my huge travel coffee mugs.
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    Re: I need a new diaper bag, one with lots of outside pockets for bottles..

    I'm carrying a Ju-Ju-Be BFF right now. Funtainers will fit in the exterior bottle pockets just fine for me. My work bag is a Ju-Ju-Be BeSpicy. It actually has more exterior pockets (4) but they seem a bit flatter. Both can be attached to strollers using their stroller clips. (I actually REALLY like their stroller clips. Very sturdy.)
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    Re: I need a new diaper bag, one with lots of outside pockets for bottles..

    Does anyone have the jujube behip? Will a funtainer fit in the front pockets?

    Emily tech and mom to Jacob 16, Daniel 13, Benjamin 9, Elizabeth 6. Child care provider to 4 other kiddos.

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    I decided on the skip hop dash because it has the stroller straps instead of having to buy them separately with the behip. I will frequently be switching strollers so that is a big plus.

    The regular funtainers fit on the sides and the ones I bought for the toddlers fit in the front pockets. I'm excited to use it!
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    Emily tech and mom to Jacob 16, Daniel 13, Benjamin 9, Elizabeth 6. Child care provider to 4 other kiddos.

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    Re: I need a new diaper bag, one with lots of outside pockets for bottles..

    I was about to recommend that! I bought the dash a few months ago and I love it. Its just big enough but with all the pockets its great!
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