If you are planning on opening up an establishment that will have a baby changing station let me offer you some advice ….
- DO NOT put it directly on the wall by the door. #1 nobody wants to see a baby’s bum in the air as soon as they walk into the restroom. #2 if I needed to cath Fedna I would not feel comfortable doing that there at all. It’s private and personal and nobody’s business!
- It would be great to have some hand sanitizer on the all for the mom’s to use when they are done. It is hard for me to wash my hands while holding Fedna after I’ve changed her diaper. A quick rinse and then hand sanitizer would do me good for the time being.
- Have some paper towels close to the changing table. There is nothing like exploding poop, or projectile pee, or using your last wipe and having nothing around you to grab.
I would like to applaud the IKEA establishment that I visited today. There was a family restroom that included a big comfy chair to sit in, free diapers, a sink close by and paper towels in my reach. The big comfy couch came in handy when I needed to potty but needed somewhere to put Fedna besides on a bathroom floor. Thank you big, comfy chair from IKEA. Also thanks for the free diaper. I had plenty with me but I took one anyways. Is that wrong? Did I steal?