*Disclosure – I received the PacaPod Richmond Changing Bag in exchange for a feature*
With only 10 weeks until baby’s due date and a big possibility of going early due to Gestational Diabetes, it’s time to get organised. We’ve bought pretty much everything that we need bar one or two bits that we will buy this weekend, I’ve washed some of the baby clothes and I’ve even made a start on packing the baby’s changing bag. I’m *almost* feeling organised. What better way to celebrate my semi organised state than to show off my beautiful new PacaPod Richmond changing bag?
I absolutely love the PacaPod Richmond changing bag, not only is the design beautiful (mine is the dusky pink herringbone) but it is also super practical. The PacaPod has two different sides, one for the parent, and one for the baby. The parent’s side has slots for things such as mobile phones, a handy zip compartment and a key clip. The baby’s side contains two pods, one for feeding and one for changing. These pods are life changing. I’m not even exaggerating. They have a place for everything meaning that you can just grab the pod and go change/feed baby without searching through your bag for what you need. If you don’t want to take the whole bag with you, the pods can be clipped straight onto your pram.
So, what is in my changing bag so far?
In the changing pod so far I have :
- Newborn nappies
- Nappy sacks
- A spare outfit (I may need to add a few more, depending on how long I plan to be out for)
- Wet wipes
- Portable changing mat
- I need to add sanitiser
In the feeding pod so far I have :
- A muslin cloth
I’m aware that I have a few bits to add, including breast pads and nipple cream or bottles and pots of formula, depending on which feeding route that I go down. If I’ve forgotten anything else please let me know in the comments!
Take a peek at my video to see the PacaPod Richmond Changing Bag in more detail. Check out the PacaPod Changing Bag range here.