9 best baby changing bags
Make sure you're prepared for looking after a new arrival on the go with one of these very useful bags geared up for your baby's needs
Thursday 29 May 2014
A changing bag is a vital bit of kit for any new parent. If you don’t know where to start in choosing the best design and type, read on as we have picked the right bag for every kind of parent.
Whether you want to make a bold statement or you need something for just nipping down the road, we have it sussed. From the funky Koo-di Cherry Swirl Day Care Bag to the small but practical Messy Me Clutch Bag, the bags we’ve chosen have all been thoroughly tested with the most challenging of babies.
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If you’ve got any money left after forking out on your pram, car seat, cot and all other manner of new baby items, we’d suggest the Storksak Elizabeth. Yes, it’s pricey, but it’s smart and you can easily get away with using it as a decent size handbag once your baby is out of nappies. For a bargain option, we like the Summer Infant Easton Tote, which is astonishing value at under £20.
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