The 'Stylin' Edition.
Here I am showcasing the ultimate in Mummy/Daddy style - the juvenile backpack.
I've been sporting this glamorous look when out and about for a few years now and it never fails to disappoint the masses.
|Those little coloured monsters completely bringing out my eyes |
and doing wonders for my complexion.
It's a fetching look for any parent.
I particularly love seeing a strapping male model toting a lovely pink Dora The Explorer
style down the runway at the local park.
One of the perks of a solo trip (to anywhere - Bunnings'll do!) or a girls' night out
is the opportunity to accessorise with an actual handbag
- one that does not need to facilitate a change of clothes, snacks, entertainment, wipes and emergency supplies (unless I'm planning on a particularly huge night, that is).
I had promised myself that if I had more children I would simply buy
a large, gorgeous handbag and 'Mummy' out of that.
(Like Lou does. She rocks it and I'm jealous every time I see her.)
I like a compartment for everything and everything for it's compartment.
Already I'm eyeing off some very nappy-bag looking nappy bags
to replace my trusty Magoo backpack.
Do you travel in style as a parental?
Or do you actually use the twenty seven handbags you lovingly purchased
before having children?
By the way, all kidding aside, I can highly recommend the Penny Scallan bags (unprompted!) - they're seriously durable and they're slightly less offensive than many of the alternatives out there. (Ben 10 - I'm looking at you!)
Linking with gorgeous Fi's 52 week Project @ My Mummy Daze
(with a silent 'r' daaarrling.)