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    Synapse Worked Great for Girls Three Day Trip

    The train ride followed by the bus ride wore her out, but the Synapse worked great for 6 year old Corrie for her 3 day trip to Chicago. She borrowed her older brother's navy and her big sister Catherine borrowed my indigo for the trip. The bags made it very easy for them to manage their clothes, umbrellas etc.
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    Happy owner of Steel Tristar, Steel Side Effect, Plum Medium Cafe Bag (my first TB), Indigo Synapse, Cardinal/Hemp/Steel Imago, various pouches and organizer cubes, Cache.

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    Cute pic, cuter daughter!
    I really, really like TB Bags!

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    What an adorable picture! I hope you and your daughters had a fun visit to Chicago, and that the heat didn't bother you too much. It says a lot about the Synapse that it can be worn all day by children and adults alike.

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    The Synapse is a great bag! Corrie didn't actually have to carry it all day as a day bag, although I'm confident it would have been comfortable on her. She and Catherine both used them rather than carrying duffle bags. I have a feeling "my" indigo Synapse won't be mine much longer. It's Catherine's favorite color and it fits her very well....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmilem View Post
    The Synapse is a great bag! Corrie didn't actually have to carry it all day as a day bag, although I'm confident it would have been comfortable on her. She and Catherine both used them rather than carrying duffle bags. I have a feeling "my" indigo Synapse won't be mine much longer. It's Catherine's favorite color and it fits her very well....
    There are still a few Indigo Synapses left: perhaps you should order one now so you won't lose yours to Catherine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorayme View Post
    Cute pic, cuter daughter!
    I second that Dorayme! :)

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    Thanks everyone. I think she's pretty cute! Here she is with big sister Catherine...103 stories up, on glass at the Sears Tower.
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    wow, brave little girls!
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    They're braver than I am; I love how they're wrapped around each other!

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