“Whose turn it is to change the baby’s diapers?”
While you both love your baby to the moon and back (likely more), feeling the occasional urge to pass the buck is understandable. But since changing diapers is in both your futures for quite sometime, organizing the process can make the whole ordeal a tad easier.
Enter diaper changing tables, which are one accessory that can help you do that. And if you want a table built for more than helping clean your baby, we found one that we think will fit the bill: DaVinci Jayden 3 Drawer Changer Dresser.
It may seem counterintuitive, but spending a little more money on the DaVinci diaper changing table/dresser can lead to bigger savings down the road. And help you keep things simple. This is because this dresser is multi-functional, combining two pieces of furniture in one. And that helps you save space. As a changing table, it comes with a roomy changing pad, complete with drawers at the bottom to help keep everything within arm’s reach. As a dresser however, it’s sturdily built, making it perfect for storage when your child is beyond diaper-using stage. The unit is made from solid pinewood and engineered wood that is Toxic Substances Control Act-compliant. It is painted in a multi-step process that is lead and phthalate free. The dresser is also secured with an anti-tip kit.
This makes the DaVinci dresser an outright investment, one that will last you and your child through the big-kid years.
This combination dresser and changing table has a near-perfect 5-star rating, alongside rave reviews on sites like Amazon and Target. Satisfied parents are quite happy with how roomy it is as a changing station, while the sturdy build makes it great storage furniture. The natural colors are also praised by many, while the drawers have more than enough space for proper storage, according to satisfied buyers.
For all these reasons, the DaVinci Jayden 3 Drawer Changer Dresser receives our top recommendation for those interested in keeping things in the nursery as simple as possible.
Medically reviewed by Yvonne Stolworthy, MSN, RN.
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