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i had one for my others but never really used it and found was a waste of space which is something i dont have right now so i have a small cupboard with pull out flaps at top which i store all my baby changing/bathing things in and use a changing pad on top (or a towel so i can use as an ironing board )
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I have a changing table in Cecil's nursery(up-stairs in our house), and I also have a changing table that attaches to his playyard (downstairs in our living room)- I really use them both all the time. Right now Cecil sleeps in our room, so I also have a chaning mat that I put on our bed to change him at night.
We do have a changing tables which I started using. I use the changing table during the day and since Alex sleeps with us if I have to change his diaper during the night , I have a towel that I put on our bed to change him, It's more comfortable than the changing table in the pack n' play
I bought a nursery-in-a-box when I was pregnant with Cora that came with crib, dresser, and changing table. I had the changing table in Erin's room, but after Patrick was born I ended up just changing him on the floor in the front room most of the time, so I moved the table to the front room, between the couch and the wall.
Since we were able to use my SIL crib and glider, the changing table was the only furniture we purchased. We went and got a dresser (the drawer space has been wonderful for organizing). Since it's not just a changing table, but really a dresser with a flat surface for a changing pad, I don't think it will become "unused". We have a 2 story house. For the downstairs, I used one of the baskets I got at my baby shower to put a pad and changing supplies in so that it can be "mobile" downstairs. Who knows, once I start actually USING these, I might change my mind on how things are set up.