Thursday, 3 April 2014

Storksak Tania Bee Baby Change Bag Review


The Tania Bee is surprisingly becoming a favourite. Even though I have been looking for a leather handbag style. I love the range of colours and they even have a Disney version! (basically the graphite one with a mini mouse tag on it and only in America)

H 37cm W 39cm D 21cm

1 zip pocket
6 pockets (2bottle pockets)
Detachable key phob
Padded change mat
Bottle warmer pouch

6 internal pockets plus a zip pocket and a handy key phob

Padded shoulder straps
Long adjustable shoulder strap with built in buggy straps
Large front (with phone pocket inside) and back pockets with magnetic clasps
2 side pockets for drinks and bottles
Zip closure and silver finishing

Front pocket with magnetic clasp and internal phone pocket. Right size for the sunnies

Back pocket with magnetic clasp

The Tania Bee is a great looking "sports style" bag with loads of pockets. Since changing from the Storksak Tote to the Tania Bee, I am finding easy access pockets on the outside is a big requirement in my quest for the perfect baby change bag.

Even with all its features and pockets I find the Tania Bee on the small side. It still doesn't hold everything I want, but if it did I guess it would become too big and heavy. At the moment I have a separate Skip Hop Pronto baby changing mat and another bag with change of clothes for both boys. Food is also carried in a skip hop backpack I use as a side bag on the Navigator.

So what do I have in my bag you ask?

1 bottle and formula
Wallet / travel card
Plastic wallet full of coupons... (been watching extreme couponing)
2 muslins
Toddler hand wipes
Load of disposable bibs
Thermometer / medicine / teething gel
Emergency snacks
Emergency nappies, wipes and change mat (incase I ever forget or runout in my Pronto)
Small camera
Keys / sunnies / pen
Emergency key and card (incase I ever forget my keys or wallet which has happened a few times :/)
Small first aid kit
Change of clothes
Spoon / 2 Yo Sushi learner chopsticks for Harvey

hmmm maybe I carry to much stuff (I look like a bag lady with her trolley when the buggy is fully loaded!) that I don't actually use but then again, Sods Law I will probably need it if I don't have it.

The Tania Bee currently retails for £98 on and comes in black, moss, hot pink, grey stripe, burnt orange and graphite. Would recommend it for the on the go mummy who likes a bit of style but function is priority.

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  1. Looks good, does it fit on the pram or do you have to carry it? I love that you carry learner chopsticks for Harvey :)

    1. Hi Niki, :D When the buggy is in double mode I can't hang the bag off the back as it gets in the way of my legs :( So I hang it to the side or put it ontop of the handles. Need one of those backpack changing bags ;)