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I'm a new mom with ants in my pants.  Well, maybe I'm not so much ansty as busy.  Along with my newborn I have a part time job, a business to run AND I'm trying to maintain a small amount of an adult social life.  I know I am not the only mom with this kind of a schedule.  Along with changing places I am frequently changing bags from diaper bags to work bags to purses.  I am bound to leave my wallet at home eventually.  To help prevent this act of "mommybrain" I have purchased a wristlet.  This handy wallet with a wrist strap (hence the clever name wristlet) is great for moms on the go because it is small enough to slip into most purses and diaper bags but large enough to carry on its own when you head out for the night sans children.  Mine holds all my important cards (those of the credit, insurance and grocery store frequent shopper variety) as well as my keys and my cell phone.  Wristlets are available all over from superstores like Walmart and Target to high end department stores like Nordstrom's or Macy's and start at around $10.  A great small investment that could prevent you from realizing you have no wallet while in line at the grocery store with a cart full of groceries.

 

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