Boots Baby Club Review

26 August 2010

Parent Club BagI know that it seems a bit odd for me to be reviewing the Boots Parenting Club but it’s just been re-launched, revamped and remodelled and all expectant mums signing up for the club get 10 Advantage Card points for every £1, free magazines, baby-centric special offers, and a free baby changing bag.

Yeah, I was rather impressed by that too. So, I got one of these changing bags and decided that the best way to introduce the club and its benefits was to also review this changing bag. It’s all very well getting a free bag, but if it doesn’t have everything you need then it’s just going to take up valuable space.

As you can see from the picture the bag is really pretty and stylish. And they’ve chosen to deck it out in black which is lovely and gender neutral. I’m not a fan of blue for boys and pink for girls, but some parents are, and a black changing bag will suit both.

The bag has two outside pouches, one on either side, and two bottle holding pockets on the edges. They are both lined withParent Club Bag2 waterproof material.

The inside of the bag has two additional Velcro-sealed pockets on either side – brilliant for quick access storage of wipes and nappies. The bag itself has a nice depth to it. It is quite compact but, thanks to the storage choices, it can take a lot of stuff. It also has a sturdy built-in base that I’m particularly impressed with and an included changing mat!

This is a fab freebie!


  • SlayerKat
    I got the last bag they did about 2 and half years ago when my youngest was born. That one was better than the first one because the first one was covered in Huggies or Pampers branding (can't remember which one) which was a bit embarassing to use as I run a real nappy network and use washable nappies!
  • Lynley O.
    Ha ha SlayerKat LOVE it! How on earth to explain that to your clients hmmm :)

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