Iโ€™m still a bag-person through and through I suppose. The huge ones. Iโ€™m actually known for my brown knee-high boots and my huge bags that I lug along no matter how heavy or big for my frame. Ssshhhhh! Walang pakialamanan. ๐Ÿ˜›

Iโ€™ve always had this turtle-ish kind of attitude with regards to my things. I canโ€™t be separated from my laptop, and now I canโ€™t be separated from my folders with all my work-related and personal files, and more importantly, I canโ€™t be separated from my 2-year old daughter. Or is it the other way around? Lia canโ€™t be separated from me, with her proverbial, โ€œWaiiiit, waiiiiit, waiiiiiiiit! Mama, waiiiiit!โ€

This situation finds me with more than just my usual huge backpack, but also with another backpack or bag for Lia โ€“ and thatโ€™s me packing light. Some days I have my Crumpler camera bag and my Travel Essentials Medicine Organizer bag too.

Since I found out that the mommy bag Hโ€™s friends gave me during Liaโ€™s christening is already tattered and needs to be replaced, I have been scouting for mommy bags. My search led me to this, Manila Babyโ€˜s bags!

Manila Babyโ€™s Lifesavers bag

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