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An OIOI Change bag!!!

As I said to my hubby earlier today, I have expensive taste, but low expectations :oD

I have been browsing nice, pretty change bags. The one we got with the original pram is ok, but it's a bit dull and the zip is starting to go. But to be fair, it was a freebie and has had some serious use! I just fancy something a bit prettier this time (and the old bag will be fine for Mark to use if he doesn't want to carry something girly!)

I found a range of bags by a brand called Oioi and they really are LOVELY! But have a look at the prices! They are DAFT! There is no way in the world I could afford one of those, or justify even trying to.

Yay for eBay!!!

It's 2nd hand... but the accessories are unused and the bag is in good condition. And its lovely, just have a look how nice that is!

It's the Carry All size too so it's plenty big enough to carry two kiddies worth of gubbins... and can even be used as my hospital bag!

How much?

£20 including postage... 2nd class postage so I'll have to wait a week or two but who's in a rush?

This is the blurb that it was advertised with:
 Oioi

Carry All

Beautiful bag in a fab size

This would be great to take as a hospital or overnight bag, or simply to use day to day.

It has two large zipped compartments, one divided into 3. There are zipped pockets along each side and small drawstring pockets on each end.

It comes with hand and shoulder straps

Unused changing mat and bottle holder included.

Excellent quality.

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