George is older and I don’t really need to take many things with me for him when we go out. A bottle of water, maybe a bib when he is wearing something that I don’t want to get dirty and a coat if it is cold. With Max it is a total different story: Nappies, wipes, changes of clothes, bottles, formula powder, bibs, nappy cream… The list goes on. There are not many great changing naps out there and most of the time I only take a few things with me and put them in my Michael Kors bag. It’s not that I don’t like his nappy bag, we have the Northcote changing bag from Jojo Maman Bebe but I usually only use it for longer outings, for example when I take the boys to Brighton for the day.
Finding the right changing bag is harder than you might think, especially if you want to combine fashion with functionality. BabyBeau was created when Mumpreneur Rebecca Gono discovered a gap in the marketplace for changing bags that didn’t merely serve their purpose, but looked great and enabled a life beyond the baby years. Rebecca struggled to find a changing bag that was both stylish, functional and fitted with the challenges of modern-day parenting after the birth of her son.
“Becoming a parent throws you into a completely new arena. Many parents find themselves juggling different lifestyles: as a parent, in business, and a wife/husband or partner. Through BabyBeau, I’ve designed a collection of bags that adapt to these various lifestyles without surrendering fashion for practicality, enabling parents to have it all.”
Each baby bag has been meticulously designed to comfortably accommodate parenthood, whilst enabling parents to maintain their sense of style. You can remove the pop-out baby organiser to transform every bag instantly to a regular handbag to use for any occasion. May it be for a business meeting or lunch with your friends, the bag makes room for a lifestyle beyond nappies, baby-wipes, bottles and bibs.
You can order the changing bags online at John Lewis >>here<<.