A post from Designing Moms crossed my path just as I was realizing that I need a zipper pouch in my purse to contain all the loose pieces I keep for emergency kid entertainment. Plastic spiders, packaged snack bars, and tiny cars are forever preventing me from locating my keys quickly when I dig my hand into my purse.
Guissell identifies the contents of her two tote bags with detailed notations. I would call these two the “with kids in tow” bag and the “without kids” bag.
Some items, like wallet, keys, sunglasses, and phone go into both bags. Things like wipes and board books stay in the “with kids in tow” bag. You get the idea.
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