Parents have no more choices when it comes to diapering. But they have some options in where and how to change those smelly diaper messes.
Different shapes and sizes of diaper changing tables are available in these days, and parents can customize diapering area for the handiness with baby changing station accessories.
Most of modern parents like skipping traditional diaper changing table and get a baby changing system working best for their home.
Following are the tips can be helped parents in choosing the best baby changing table.
Buy the Changing Table of Proper Height and Width.
While purchasing any diapers changing table, carefully look at its construction and shake it to check whether it is wobbly, uneven or unsafe for baby in any other means.
If there is rail helping to keep baby on the changing table, ensure it is well and securely attached.
Antique stores are the great sources of nice-looking changing tables having lots of life. Make sure there are no structural problems or exposed nails in the antique design you selected.
There are many styles and shapes available in diaper changing tables. If the baby nursing is short on space, look at combination tables and dressers, generally called high-low dressers, offering space for diaper changes and clothing storage in one beautiful and convenient piece of furniture.
Ensure the height of the table is easy for both parents to reach the diaper changing surface without stooping or stretching.
Keep in mind all the changing supplies you need to be on-hand at the changing table. Wipes, washcloths, lotions, nail trimming supplies, extra clothing, baby thermometers and diapers are common changing table items.
Ensure there are places to store all these items on the changing table you like to purchase. Also check if there are places to stash containers or baskets with these changing supplies.
If you don’t want to spend money for a changing table or are short of space, put a changing station on top of a low dresser or other nursery surface. Most baby stores carry changing table pads, placed on top of the dressers to make a comfortable changing station.