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The Lesha February 26th, 2008 05:07 PM

Waste? Or storage and decor?

I personally love them. I always use mine for my diapers, keeps them at eye level where I can see if I need to get more or not.

I have one for DS and one for new baby. Right now DS diapers are stored in newbabys stacker, cuz the changing table is in the new nursery and DH refuses to change DS anywhere else. <_<

CameraLinds February 26th, 2008 06:29 PM

Personally, IMO, I don't care/like them. I think part of it is because we plan to cloth diaper so the stackers wouldn't quite work. I plan on getting super cute lined wicker baskets for under the changing table to put the cloth diaper covers in one and the liners in the other. i.e.

alexa February 27th, 2008 05:34 PM

Personally I really like mine. I hung it on the wall next to the dresser/changing table. It is hung at an easy reaching level and it looks cute too. For us we decided not to go with a changing table but rather put the changing cushion on top of a long dresser. I think this option saves more space and the dresser can be used forever. However, there is then no where to put diapers other than on the floor or on top of the dresser, so using the stacker looks cute and gives us a place to put diapers rather than taking up dresser space. Here's a pic.

The Lesha February 28th, 2008 07:02 PM

Im using the baskets with liners as well! Though I am using them for storage for bibs, socks and hats. I learned with DS that these items take up alot of space in the dresser.

My changing table is a dresser as well, so it works out!



.Brandi. February 29th, 2008 09:02 PM

I personally am not a fan of the diaper stacker. I don't know why, but I just think they are a pain in the butt.

Joanna1127 March 2nd, 2008 08:38 AM

I had one with my nursery bedding set but returned it. I just keep diapers in our closet in a canvas bin and then have a spot on the changing table where I refill them as needed.

::er!ca:: March 3rd, 2008 08:13 AM

I personally think they are a waste of money. I just use a basket or a drawer to keep my diapers in.

..Jessica.. March 4th, 2008 02:53 PM

I personally think they're adorable, and I think I would definitely use it. I'd also get the lined wicker baskets, to keep socks, onesies, shorts, etc. at close range, as well as to keep things organized at the change table if it's the style that has shelves.

Chelsea08 March 6th, 2008 01:56 PM

I've heard that they are a waste of money but mine came with my bedding set so even if it doesn't work out, it's a nice decoration.

MommaOnCloud9 November 16th, 2009 01:31 AM

Re: Diaper Stackers?
Both my DD and DS's nursery bedding came with them, but I did not use them for either nursery. I don't have a changing table but a dresser for both of them with the changing pad on it. When DD was in diapers, I put them in a wicker basket on a shelf below the pad. For DS, I open a door on the dress and there are shelves there where I keep a wicker basket of the diapers.

For one, I could never find a good place to hang them. DD's dresser is on a short wall, so the only place to put it would be above the dresser which would look funny. For DS's room, I could hang his like Alexa/Leah has her giraffe one on the wall there. That does look cute!

Mommy2AandM December 8th, 2009 02:59 PM

Re: Diaper Stackers?
Waste of money, IMO

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