Changing tables are useful pieces of baby furniture that parents can use to store diapers, baby wipes, and other baby items for their newborn baby. In this episode of Gear Daddy, Daddy Troy suggests a changing table diy project for dads where you...
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Welcome back to Gear Daddy, I'm your host, Daddy Troy. I'm a big fan of changing tables they give you a place to store all of your diapers, your wipes, your creams. However, today I'm going to talk about an alternative to changing tables, buying a changing pad and simply mounting it on an existing dresser in your house. Stick around, I'll tell you all about it. Today's episode is sponsored by Baby Björn. I love Baby Björn because they are father friendly. Check it out, there is a dad on the box! Baby Björn. So this is a changing pad. You're going to buy one of these anyway if you buy a changing table but maybe your parent is trying to save a little money, maybe you don't have a whole lot of room in your house, or maybe you just want to be a spartan in your existence to not have so much stuff. one of the advantages of this over just simply changing your baby on the bed or something is that this baby right here can be buckled in using one of these straps right here. And you may think, oh! What the heck. I'll never leave the table, but you will because you'll accidentally drop a cream or a diaper on the floor. You'll get poop all over your hands, or something. You'll have a need to maybe move away for just a second, while the baby is still being watched from the table. This particular changing pad has another really important feature that you will need to have. It has this little strap right here that you will take and you will actually drape this over the back of the dresser, drill a little pilot hole, and then screw this into the back of the dresser, so that the baby and the pad itself don't going go falling off of the dresser. Now, this particular one is made by Especially For Baby. You can get it at Babies R Us. You'll notice this one right here has an anti skid pad on the back. Today's episode was sponsored by Baby Björn, some of the best baby gear on the planet, Baby Björn. Now, I have reviewed a lot of other changing tables, as well as other baby gear over at dadlabs.com you should go check it out! We'll see you next time on Gear Daddy and all week long at dadlabs.com.

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