Top 5 Best Diaper Changing Pads | 2017 Reviews
Having a new baby in the house is a blessing but there are also unfortunate realities that parents have to face – like dealing with a smelly overflowing diaper full of baby poop.
It really isn’t much of a big deal if you are just at home changing the diaper but what happens if you have to do it outside? Perhaps you were caught in the park, in the mall or in the car – in the middle of running an errand? Thank goodness for diaper changing pads!
As simple as they may be, these changing pads have made life a lot easier for moms and even dads. They are great for protecting baby’s very sensitive bums against dirty as well as rough surfaces. Not only that, they are great for protecting surfaces from diaper leaks and stains. You certainly would not want your baby to lie down on the grass or on a cold concrete surface, right? If you had been caught with a diaper leak in the car, cleaning up diaper leaks on the car seat is the last thing you would want to do.
Even if you are not out of the house, diaper changing pads are also extremely useful. They protect beds and provide a soft and comfortable surface for babies to lie down in while you go about doing your business, wiping their bums and changing their diapers. Now that’s a win-win for both parent and baby!
If you are not sure where to start with your search, we’ve rounded up the best diaper changing pads for your little one:
Quick Comparison Table
Baby Steps Diaper Changing Pad
Summer Infant Contoured Changing Pad
Baby Loovi Baby Changing Mat
Munchkin Secure Grip Changing Pad
Summer Infant Quickchange Portable Changing Pad
11.5 x 1 x 7.5 in
32.5 x 16.5 x 4 in
3.1 x 0.1 x 25.5 in
31 x 15.8 x 4.3 in
23 x 12 x 0.5 in
Easy to wipe plastic
So we have suggested a few types of changing pad ideal for families who are either constantly at home or constantly out traveling or running errands. Regardless of which type of pad you choose, be sure that it is one that fits your lifestyle. Changing pads are designed differently and you can choose one that fits your level of comfort and need.
The most important thing to remember is that these pads should be able to protect your baby and keep them comfortable while you are changing them and that your furniture or other surfaces are also protected from nasty diaper spills and leaks.