Changing Table Must Haves!
When my kids were babies, I loved organizing their changing tables. I think it made me feel organized when I knew I really wasn’t and had no idea what I was doing with a baby. These days you see so many elaborate changing table designs. So what do you really need at your changing table. Before I get to a list of some changing table must haves, here are a few baby nurseries to drool over:
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So what do you really need for your changing table? Here are a few of my favorite products:
The Summer Infant 4-sided changing pad is ideal for any changing table or even a dresser you make into a changing table. This pad was actually named by parent.guide as the best changing pad right now. Don’t forget a cover for it!
If you don’t have a traditional changing table, you may need something to fill the void of a drawer. This nursery organizer holds everything from the diapers to the wipes to all your creams.
A diaper genie is a must!
I’m a big fan of California baby products. These are organic and smell wonderful. This also makes a great baby shower gift. Don’t forget the hand sanitizer!
My pediatrician swears by Aquaphor and I do too. This is the best skin cream for babies with rashes or dry skin. I still use this today.
There are definitely strong opinions about which diapers you prefer. I am partial to Pampers. Here’s a tip — if you are having a baby, don’t waste a lot of money on newborn diapers –go right to size 1. Babies are not in newborn for very long. You may want to learn more about reusable cloth diapers — I like these.
And if you want to learn more about cloth diapers, here’s some great information.
I couldn’t change diapers without these! My kids loved these toy keys. You definitely need something to distract the babies. Use these when your babies are teething.
Organizing a changing table should work for you — so find a way to organize yours! Your sleep deprived body will thank you!