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May 12th, 2012, 07:05 AM
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We just put changing pads on their dressers in their rooms. When DD1 was a baby we had the pack n play set up with the changing part attatched for downstairs. When DD2 came there was less room in the playroom so DHs cousin gave us a small changing table for downstairs. I rarely use it anymore...just use the couch or floor downstairs (grandmas still use the table though so we still have it up since they are primary babysitters.) but still use the pad on the dresser for DD2 upstairs since she is in a crib still. (I don't know how people change in the crib over the rail???)
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May 12th, 2012, 08:03 AM
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I never had one and think its not necessary. I always changed my babies on the bed or used the travel change pad anywhere else i was
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