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As many of my readers know my oldest step-daughter is expecting our first grandson at the end of this month. We are super excited as this will be our first boy in the family since we had all girls. I have been looking for some baby gifts for her since she will be having him right around Christmas time to gift for the holidays. I found this really cute changing pad from Baziliq. It’s super cute and a great way to change diapers on the go.
The changing pad folds out nice and big. Has a mesh pocket on one side to put all your diaper changing needs like wipes, cream, diapers, etc. I love that you can store everything in the changing pad, very convenient. Then you have a great pad that is waterproof so you can unfold it and use it for a changing station.
When you are done using it you can fold it up and stick it in the stroller or diaper bag. I love putting it in the diaper bag and then when you need to change a diaper you can just grab the changing system and go. You don’t have to carry the entire diaper bag with you. Easy and convenient. It’s really well made and great quality Really comes in handy.
The Changing Pad makes a great gift for the holidays. If you know a mom or expectant mom these are great gift ideas for baby. Moms will love the convenience and easy of this changing system.
You can purchase on on Amazon.
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