Show me yours, I’ll show you mine! Just kidding! I’m sure you won’t want to see a pack of diapers, tons of tiny cars and various toys, enough socks, t-shirts and various articles of clothing to dress each kid three times from head to toes.
That being said, it’s clear as daylight that I hide beneath a thick layer of “motherhood” for not having to really empty my bag and see what treasures I hide within (what I can tell you for a fact it’s looking really pretty on the outside)! What do you carry with you in your purse? Why? (you don’t have to tell me, just be open about it with yourself and take a look at these stuffed bags as they unfold before you, right after the jump!) (via)
LOL! Looking at this I believe I carry (almost) nothing much in bag(s). Never has, or almost never…only when I get out: a lipstick, Touche Eclat and papers to dab my face when it looks shines. That’s a “box” as big as a lipstick is. Also to work and lunch. Yes, lunch in a box with milk or organic juice and yogurt.
Usually, wallet, cell-phone, reading glasses, sunglasses (mostly on my nose), some kleenex and keys and off I go!
No, not even a comb, I use my fingers.
(I’m still not caught but I forgot always my ID! I believe that cost me €.450 when they do…ouch…and every time in the hospital they warn me but let me in anyway…eeeekkkkkk…)
wel in my bag, there is a little wallet with my Id,social security cards (mine and my daughter’s),and transport card,and bank’s cards, and some money), and the another one with 2 diapers,2 tetras,one pyjama,one outfit,one wooljumper,long sleeves body, wet tissues, a babycomb, a baby hat and gloves, a bottle of soymilk,a tupperware with biscuits,an apple compot,physiologic spray,
in middle of all those things there is my keys,my phone, a note book a book “grow with limits and waysigns”, a coton doll, a pen,
nothing really fashion!! But It was fun to take out every thing and write it.
Forgot all my cards but they’re all in my wallet and forgot pen and note paper.
An older woman told me once that mother’s from the past never carried so many stuff around for their kids. Almost nothing? She found it funny today’s mother’s do.
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