What’s in your changing bag? // Beth from Momma B and Baby Boy

Welcome to the next instalment of “What’s in your changing bag?”; my weekly Tuesday feature where I ask one Yummy Mummy (or Daddy) to share the innermost secrets of their changing bag, and the five items they couldn’t possibly live without! 

This week I’m joined by the very lovely Beth from Momma B and Baby Boy!

So, tell us a little bit about yourself:
I’m a 20-something Mama to two baby boys: Daniel (who is nearly three!!) and Joshua (who is 8 months). I’m sweet-toothed and fashion conscious, although I mostly blog about my babies! 

And a fab blog it is too! 
What is your favourite thing about being a Mutti? 

The love I feel for my boys; the way they make my heart swell just watching them play, grow and learn! 

What three words would you use to describe Motherhood?

Love, stress, happiness.

How do you preserve/maintain your sense of self? 
I like to put together outfits, and I always take five minutes in the morning to put on foundation and mascara; it makes me feel good about myself!

It’s amazing how something as simple as make-up can make a whole world of difference to how you feel.
Ok, lets get down to business! Firstly, what make is your changing bag?
My changing bag is a little boring, but practical. It’s a Silver Cross bag, that came with our pram, it matches and has tons of space for all our ‘necessities’! Isn’t it unbelievable how much you have to tote around with kiddos?! We use reusable nappies too, and they take up a LOT of room! 

Reusable nappies? You are a brave lady!
What are the five items in your changing bag that you just can’t live without?
Apart from the usual items (nappies, wipes etc) we couldn’t leave without:

1. A large wet bag: I use this for dirty nappies, wet clothes, anything you would usually use a nappy-sack for really!

2. Sophie the Giraffe: Both my boys LOVE Sophie! 
3. Snacks: I try to make sure we eat healthily, and my two-year old may think that dried fruit snacks are sweets, so they’re perfect for distracting him and keeping him entertained. Snickers are my weakness. 
4. Metanium cream: The only bottom-cream that works on my boys’ sensitive skin! 
5. Normally a dozen or so small cars/books/animals: To keep the boys entertained. 


Thanks for sharing the contents of your changing bag with us, Beth. I’ve got to admit that I’m pretty terrified of Sophie the giraffe… But may have to try that bottom-cream out! You can find Beth’s wonderful blog here. Beth also tweets as @MommaBBabyboy

If you’d like to feature in a future “What’s in your changing bag?” please email or tweet me. 
Hannah

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