3/24/2014

Review: Yummy Mummy changing bag by Pink Lining

As a self confessed handbag hoarder it was inevitable that when I became a Mum I would be just as obsessed with changing bags. When I was pregnant I began looking for that "perfect" changing bag and one of the brands that I fell head over heels in love with was Pink Lining. Pink Lining is one of the most well known and well loved brands within the Mummy community and when you carry a Pink Lining bag when out with other Mummy's it's like carrying Prada!

When I was offered the chance to review any changing bag from their website I was blown away. I was so happy but how was I supposed to pick? It took me a couple of hours to decide which to go for as it was so hard to make my mind up. I finally chose the Yummy Mummy Navy Bows changing bag.


Fast forward a day or two and it arrived, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. The bag is even more gorgeous in real life and it's no surprise that the Yummy Mummy changing bag is the most popular out of all the Pink Lining ranges. The print is stunning, cute navy bows contrasting against an off white background. Navy and white stripe straps and handles with tan detailing here and there. 


The outside of the bag has two side pockets complete with dainty bows, a canvas pocket on the front with the signature Yummy Mummy and cupcake. Not only does the bag have two sturdy handles but with a long, adjustable shoulder strap that not only fits across your body but across any pram too. 

The inside is so spacious and not only has plenty of space but two insulated bottle holders, two long nappy pockets, pen holder, phone pocked, mirror, key fob and zip pocket. If that isn't enough it also includes a padded Pink Lining changing mat and zip wet bag.  


I tend to over pack every time I leave the house and my Yummy Mummy changing bag has never let me down when it comes to space. I can easily pack; 6 nappies, pack of wipes, dummy wipes, 4 bottles, milk dispenser, changing mat, a full change of clothes, a hat, teething rings, numerous toys, a blanket, a comforter, 2 bibs and a muslin cloth. I have even managed to squeeze in my ipad too! I am also a little OCD when it comes to sorting Noah's things, I like everything to be be in order and easy to find. As this bag has many different sections it keeps all your different bits nice and organised. 

Pink Lining have asked me to define Motherhood in six words. They would have to be;

Incredible
Humbling
Overwhelming
Magical
Special
Indescribable

How would you describe Motherhood in six words?

I was sent this bag for the purpose of the review. However all opinions are my own.

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