2.5.15

What's In Sophie's Bag

We haven't needed to carry a changing bag around with us for a while now as Sophie is nearly 2 so obviously doesn't need as much. I thought I would share our essentials for going out on local trips;


Rucksack
At the moment we're using this one by Pink Lining. It’s the perfect pattern for Spring/Summer and is just the right size for a toddler too.

Nappies
I pack a handful of nappies just in case she needs changing as she isn't potty trained yet

Wipes
Essential for nappy changes and cleaning little hands!

Dummy
For when Sophie is tired, it provides a comfort for her

Anbesol Liquid
I always have a bottle of this in my bag as it's the only product which helps Sophie when she is teething

Drink
I recently picked up a new cup for her which was £3 at Asda. She loves drinking through a straw so I knew she would like it. It's supposedly non spill too.. which is a must when your child insists on tipping their drink everywhere!

Other items which aren't pictured:
Toys
Something to distract and keep a toddler occupied is pretty essential to prevent them from getting bored. I usually pack a small colouring book and crayons and her Peppa Pig phone.

Snacks
Depending on how long we're planning on being out for; I will pack handy snacks such as grapes; mini cheddars, breadsticks etc.

Clothes
If we're out all day, it's a good idea to pack a change of clothes too just incase of any accidents.

This post was originally posted on 02/05/15 and is my entry to be a Pink Lining brand ambassador.


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  1. Love posts like this as it gives me ideas for how to pack a bag once Grace gets a little older. Already we're not having to carry quite as much around with us as when she was a little baby.

    Rebecca x x
    www.percyandgrace.co.uk

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    1. I'm glad this post has helped and given you some ideas! The rucksack above is quite small which is ideal for everyday essentials. We do have a couple of bigger rucksacks for days out xx

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  2. Such a cute bag! Osian mainly drinks water too :) he has the odd juice but he really likes water xx

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    1. Thanks! Aaw that's good :). Sophie has never really liked juice but she drinks so much water! xx

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  3. Love this post! I think I should get a little rucksack like this for Noah. At the moment, I am cramming both boys' bits into my changing bag! x

    Quite Frankly She Said - UK Beauty, Parenting & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Thankyou! They have a couple of boy designs too which are cute! Haha children need so much stuff don't they?! xx

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  4. Love this little backpack! Indiana has a cath kid ston one and its so much easier than carrying a huge changing bag - I've just got to always remember the snacks haha xx

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    1. Aaw, Cath Kidston ones are lovely! I want to get one for Sophie as they're a bit bigger so ideal for days out etc. Haha definitely! xx

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  5. How cute is that little bag! I miss having a bag for my girls! They're too old now really!


    Beth | www.life-as-mum.co.uk

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    1. It's so cute haha. I thought it was great for £15! Aaw that's a shame :( xx

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