BabyThingz Changing Bag Giveaway

I’d heard of BabyThingz via a friend, based down the road from me in Newcastle they have a huge showroom, and with a brilliant online site too they offer everything a new parent could need from a huge range of brands including Chicco, Britax and Maxi Cosy as well as brands that make smaller products like Clevamama, whose cups we loved when J was little.

From highchairs and carseats to baby proofing equipment it’s all available from one handy website.

BabyThingz have kindly offered a great prize for one of my lovely readers, a Babymoov Baby Chic Changing Bag.

BabyThingz giveaway


Perfect for carrying mum and baby’s essentials this stylish bag has all of the features I love in an on-the-go tote at a competitive price of £44.99


  • Detachable changing bag mat pocket with travel change mat (55 x 45 cm)
  • Removable insulated bag with universal fastening system
  • 1 transparent pocket (nappies / clothes)
  • Soother pocket with universal fastener
  • Polar fleece
  • Adjustable universal stroller harnesses
  • Multiple storage compartments and pockets
  • Reinforced base and metallic, magnetic clasps
  • adjustable quilted shoulder strap, carrying handles

(Dimensions (Approx): 27 x 20 x 36cm Weight (Approx): 1.25kg)

If you’d like to win a Babymoov changing bag (design may vary) simply enter via Rafflecopter below – UK entries only, see T&Cs

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123 thoughts on “BabyThingz Changing Bag Giveaway

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  2. Nappy bags – so many uses – obviously for nappies, dirty clothes when out and about, cleaning up after the dog when out and about, make shift toy parachute tp keep baby occupied when you have said no to them having your phone, pulling your hair, swinging off your necklace. And … ear plugs when you have just had enough!

  3. My changing bag essential is spare baby clothes something always gets dirty when your on your way to visit someone or doctors etc

  4. Wipes, 2 nappies and a black bin bag for putting baby on for changing as you don’t know what was on that surface before you put baby on it.

  5. I’m pregnant with my first baby but I always keep a small tube of sudocreme in my handbag just incase of any insect stings, heat rash or sunburn – I can imagine it would be quite handy in tow with a little one too!

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