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Miracle City Changing Bag Review

Miracle : City Changing Bag

City Changing Bag ReviewPractical and aesthetically pleasing are a couple of ways you could describe the City Changing Bag from House of Miracle. Anyone with a young child, particularly babies, will know all about the amount of stuff you need to carry around with you from bottles, bibs and dummies to several changes of clothes and of course a handful of nappies.

You usually pay a premium for matching style with practicality within the market but House of Miracles has produced an affordable changing bag that looks great on your shoulder.

The City Changing Bag provides plenty of space for all the essentials without being overbearing. It’ll even complement your outfit. The shoulder strap makes it easy to carry around while inside you can separate everything from nappies to wet wipes thanks to the various compartments. There’s two large central zip compartments with a side-deep thermal bottle pocket and another for those really hungry children. It’s 100% cotton and easy to clean thanks to its laminated finish. It comes with a large matching padded changing mat.

The bag has been described as one designed for mums who need space but don’t want to compromise on style. For us, the Miracle City Changing Bag accomplishes its goals. It looks good, is well-constructed and makes the life of a busy mum (or dad) that little bit easier.

In keeping with this family brand established in 2007, the City Changing Bag has the aesthetics and practicality that make mother and fatherhood an organic extension of our lifestyles. It’s a terrific bag that will, thanks to its laminated finish, provide a hardwearing companion to any family venture for many years.

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Dan Dreyfuss
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