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Baby Bag Roundup.

I've got a few favorites so far...here they are!  What do you guys think?


Mia Bosse Reese Bag...very chic.  I don't think I'd get this one, but it's very cool.

Kate Spade Barrow Street Anabel Bag...pretty much gorgeous.  I think that's all I need to say.  :)


Kirsten James Alexis Diaper Bag...my friend Beth has this bag in a bird print (there are lots of different fabric options) and I love it.  It looks like the diaper bag Anthropologie would sell if they had any.

Not Rational Kelly Diaper Bag...for the rock start mom (literally, you need to be to afford it!), it's pretty much like a beautiful leather purse.


Tim & Leslie Charlie II Diaper Bag...similar look to the one above, but a fourth of the price!  In vinyl, not leather, which could be nice around babies.  I love that this looks like a nice purse, too.  And it comes in a lot of colors.
Petunia Pickle Bottom Sashay Baby Bag...I didn't like this one so much after seeing it online, but I saw it in person the other day and it's super cute with a lot of great pockets inside!  Lots of cute prints.

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  1. I love Petunia Pickle, but not in that color. Looks a bit like a bowling bag:)

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