Reddit Reddit reviews Summer Contoured Changing Pad

We found 15 Reddit comments about Summer Contoured Changing Pad. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Summer Contoured Changing Pad
Durable quilted vinyl is 100% waterproof material that can be wiped clean with a damp clothContoured walls and quick release safety belt keep baby comfortably and securely on padSecurity strap underneath keeps pad attached to furniture16" x 32" changing pad fits most standard changing pad tablesNon skid bottom. Quilted, double layered PEVA vinyl is durable and easy to clean
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15 Reddit comments about Summer Contoured Changing Pad:

u/k_tiara_von_lobster · 7 pointsr/BabyBumps


u/ReaderHarlaw · 6 pointsr/daddit

A nice place I go to had a simple wooden table with the $20 changing pad you could get from Amazon ( It looked nicer and I preferred it to those pull-down kinds. If there's space, you could suggest something like that.

u/grilledcheezntomato · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

We use an expedit as a changing table. We used to use the long expedit, but now use the smaller four cubby expedit. It doesn't seem more narrow than any other changing table, though, because it perfectly fits the changing pad we have (which straps onto the table). We have boxes that fit into the cubbies where we keep the wipes, diapers etc.
We just had several of them in the house already, so it made sense to see if it worked for us before buying something unnecessarily. So far it's worked well for us for 2 years!

u/OVbunEN · 3 pointsr/May2017Bumpers

I've always done it on the bed in the early weeks at night time. We have a changing pad that we kept on top of a dresser for the day time changes, and slowly moved to changing babies wherever we were around the house! I definitely recommend a changing pad for you, you could carry it around the house and put it on top of your bed also with no mess. They're pretty large but made of foam with a plastic cover, so they squish up well for storage and are very light weight. Something like this.

u/Ana_S_Gram · 2 pointsr/bigbabiesandkids

> I don't know what we're going to do about the changing table. I guess his legs really don't need to fit on the pad, but there's now no good place for the wipes to go and ugh. First world problems.

We are using a dresser as a changing table (along with a contoured pad that is open at the top and bottom). We are using the top drawer for diapers/wipes/cremes/etc. We got a nice sturdy one off Craigslist and painted it to match his room.

He's longer than the pad, so I just make sure his head and butt aren't off the table. Here's hoping that by the time he's longer than 32" from his head to his butt... he's potty trained!

u/llammacheese · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

The only help I can give is that you really don't need a changing table. Buy a dresser that you like for the nursery, put a portable/washable changing pad on top (something like this: and you're all set to go.

We have one on our son's dresser along with a basket that carries our diapers, creams, lotions, etc... Son won't outgrow it, like many babies do changing tables, and the piece of furniture that we bought can be used well into his teens.

u/DarlingDestruction · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I was/am in the exact same boat - first kid, limited funds, starting from scratch, going through reviews and prices drove me insane. It took me probably three months to get my registry together, and, even then, I am still switching things up, lol. was invaluable while picking everything out. I highly recommend you check it out.

What we have bought ourselves that fit our tight budget:

Graco Comfy Cruiser Travel System. We had already decided to go with that car seat, given that it seems to be the top-rated budget option, and the stroller ended up being a much-needed bonus. We go on walks a lot, so it works for us. If you don't need the stroller, the seat itself is, I think, only ~$100.

The Pack N Play, which I've heard from literally everyone and their mother is almost a necessity.

Because we don't have an IKEA near us to get our hands on a swanky $99 crib, we bought this DaVinci crib. We still only ended up paying $100 for it, as we found it on sale, however, we would have paid the $200 for it, given that the reviews are good, and, when compared to some other cribs that cost $400 and up, the price isn't bad at all.

As for the rest of the registry, we have on there a Moby wrap (affordable baby wearing, yay!), nail clippers, outlet plugs, nursing pads, a wipes case, a baby tub, baby wash, assorted crib sheets, waterproof crib sheets, Pack N Play mattress, and sheets to go with, crib mattress (we actually bought this one when we found it on sale for $20, and it's just fine), receiving blankets, dirty diaper bags (because we aren't getting a diaper pail, just a small can with a seal-able lid), changing pad, and a cover to go with, pacifiers, Dr. Brown's Gia Nursing Pillow, a bottle brush, bottle warmer, thermometer, booger sucker, camera to monitor the baby, and a few other assorted things that I couldn't really find a definitive "best in class" for, so pick at your own discretion: diaper bag, swaddles (although I've read good things about the Summer Infant brand), bottles (we're going with Phillips Avent), a bouncer (we got this one), and a swing.

I agonized over this stuff for what felt like forever, lol, so I hope it helps you and saves you some hair-pulling. It's all so overwhelming!

u/UnicornToots · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

> Your the suggestion for a topper is still good! Buy whatever table/dresser you like and put a topper on it. They just screw into the back and are designed to leave no marks when you remove it eventually.

This is what we do. It's a changing pad like this (doesn't screw in, though) on top of a dresser. When she's done with diapers, we just take the pad off and be done with it.

u/AliasAurora · 1 pointr/August2016Bumpers

I'm nuts about it! Especially all the storage space under the changing table! I actually didn't know the crib came with its own changing pad until after I opened it, so I had already bought this one that I had planned to use there, and so the cover is from the same manufacturer (I wanted to ensure it would fit). Since the changing pad the crib came with is pretty small compared to the one the cover is meant for, there is a bit of loose fabric on the underside, but it still fits okay. I figure I'll have to find another place for the other changing pad unless I want to go through the hassle of returning it!

u/CluckMcDuck · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

we just used the cheap summer infant one on amazon:

had it on top of a low bookshelf at first. LO got too big/heavy/squirmy for up there, so now we put it on the lowest shelf and just drag it out onto the floor for changes. we don't have a cover on it. we used burp cloths on it at first but by 6w realized we were washing them so much, and it wasn't any easier than just wiping down the pad with a baby wipe (and sometimes a lysol wipe).

u/insidia · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

We definitely took a middle of the road approach, and it worked great for us. Here's what we did...

  1. Bought one of these changing pads ( and a changing pad cover. We cut the straps off of it, and put it in the middle of our king size bed, with me on one side and husband on the other. She slept swaddled in this for the first 3 months. The changing pad was on top of our blankets and between our pillows, so it essentially did away with all the safety risks associated with cosleeping while still allowing me to touch her and sooth her easily, and to pull her next to me for breastfeeding in the night.

    She slept like this for 3 months, then we moved her to a pack n' play by the side of our bed (our movements started waking her up). At 4 months, we transitioned her into her own room and crib, and she's been sleeping there happily ever since.

    I cried when we moved her into her own room (my little grubbins is growing up!), but man, it was SO NICE to reclaim our bedroom and not have to tiptoe around any more when we went to bed!

    I highly recommend this approach- it's WAY cheaper than the sidecars for your bed. :) Good luck!
u/janieliz19 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Guess Amazon does too - Summer Infant Contoured Changing Pad, White

u/Wunderco · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Summer Infant Contoured Changing Pad

u/hellkitten · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I have that changing table but have this pad: Summer Infant Contoured Changing Pad (16.5 X 32.5 Inches)

It fits snug lengthwise but has a 2" or so gap widthwise. It isn't a problem because the pad is contoured, and I use the gap for wipes, lotion, etc.

u/goldensunshine429 · 0 pointsr/woodworking

Not sure if /s.

Anyway, they have these swoop sided things like this that people put on changing tables. I don’t know when those became vogue between 1995 (when my brother was born) and now but all my friends are having babies and there’s always these on the registries.