I’m reaching the stage in my pregnancy where perhaps I should be starting to get organised . . . I’ve got mental lists of the things Beak will need and I’ve started to gather bits and pieces together. We are lucky that we have lots of things still put away from Ben and Chloe, or we have a number of very lovely friends who are passing things on to us that they no longer need for which we are very grateful! Any baby list is going to have “must haves” and then “would love to haves” and top of my “would love to have” list is a new changing bag, a treat for me. I’ve never had a changing bag that I’ve particularly loved, just ones that have “done the job” so to speak.
During my on-line wanderings I’ve recently been introduced to BabyBeau, in their own words:
Exuding stylish flair BabyBeau changing bags are meticulously designed to comfortably cater to parenthood.
Enabling modern parents to maintain their sense of style and individuality. These gorgeous baby bags fill the void of fashion new parents crave.
Each changing bag comes with a removable BabyBeau organiser, thermal leatherette bottle holder & leatherette changing mat, a protective dust bag, zipped pocket pouch and additional stroller clips.
Combining fashion with functionality these changing bags have been made from soft luxurious leather. Designed to be practical and stylish makes these bags easy to wear dressed up or casual.
The best part is, by simply removing the BabyBeau organiser the changing bag can easily convert into a regular leather handbag suitable for any occasion.
I’ve been having a bit of a nose and I particularly love the Ellie bag:
I love that it just doesn’t look like a changing bag, it looks like a bag I would choose anyway! My only difficulty would be choosing the colour – I adore the tan but I suppose sensibly the black would be more practical, especially as I will be having a winter baby.
You can view the BabyBeau range here BabyBeau and if you like what you see wait to hear some exciting news via my twitter @Lollinski
*I wrote this post purely to share these bags with you. I’ve not been paid for writing this post*