1. Large capacity
2. can be hanger on stroller, hands free.
3. Updated design used as a bed with sunshade cloth, which can be folded when don't need it.
a mattress come with the bag
4. Each area separately reasonable, load items in orderly. Large opening mouth, easy to take out items
5. Milk bottles pockets with aluminum foil thermal insulation
6. updated design with waterproof pocket for wet items
7. updated design with anti-slip shoulder strap, card pocket on strap, soft and widening comfortable shoulder strap.
9. Updated design, straps and the backside with more comforatable, breathable mesh sandwich.
10. side pockets for tissue and water bottle
11. position for name card.
12.safety backside pocket
13. waterproof material, durable and breathable
sizes and colors showing: remark: sizes are measured by hand, 1-3cm error is normal.
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