“My life at the time was consumed by a toddler who figured out that the diaper changing pad under her was just as fun as the playground slide. With feet firmly planted on the changing station, and with one big push, off she went. Well, not entirely off the station, but enough to make my heart stop.” – Celeste
My heart just skipped a beat reading Celeste Stallings’ motivation for inventing the AMAZING Lili’s Bebe Changing Pad. So many of us can relate. Can’t you just envision the not-so-clean public bathroom, a mandatory diaper change and the sliding and kicking that takes place . I personally gave up with my non-potty trained two year old. Now I just wipe down the gross public changing station and do a diaper switch-a-roo with lightening speed and determination.
Here’s my gripe with the typical changing pad: They are small, they slide and the last time I attempted to machine wash one (popular brand to remain nameless) it shriveled in the dryer and now looks like hell. Granted, it should never have been put in the dryer or even machine washed but I wasn’t thinking properly. Now take everything I just said and be confident that this isn’t the case with the Lili’s Bebe changing pad.
Each Lili’s Bebe Pad is plush and lightweight. The top layer is “minky” (the super soft material you find in many crib bumpers and blankets these days). The non-slip backing is soft, flexible, durable and eco-friendly. The size is large to accommodate a toddler and best of all, machine washable and dryer safe! I look forward to sharing Lili’s Bebe Pads with my friends as new baby and shower gifts. It’s a must have and something you can now win! Here’s how to enter:
WIN IT: By commenting on this post with your favorite Lili’s Bebe Pad design or your best public diaper changing story! Contest ends April 10th, 2009 at 11:59pm PST
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CONTEST CLOSED – Congrats to Robin!