Friday, October 23, 2009

FABULOUS MOM FRIDAY: Baby Poop Deck {GIVEAWAY}

Gabrielle and Alaina are getting to that age where changing them is a challenge.  They flip over, try to crawl away, throw their diapers.... Seriously, cleaning them up has become a full contact sport.  And that's just at home.  The thought of trying to manage them in a public restroom is enough to make me shudder.  So when I saw the Baby Poop Deck, designed by fabulous mom Susan, I knew I had to have one.



Susan came up with the idea for the Baby Poop Deck after she had her second daughter and spent a good part of her day driving her older child, Ramsey, and hur each way to and from school.  Inevitably, she'd have to stop to change baby Elise and finding a public bathroom with a changing station that wasn't super grody wasn't easy.  So she designed a changing pad that could be used in the car. 



It folds up compactly and can be stored in the trunk without taking up much room so you'll always have something on hand to protect your little one from unwanted germs. 



And I love the fact that it has a safety belt attached to prevent the baby from rolling all over the place.



The Baby Poop Deck was made to use in the car but I use mine whenever we go somewhere and there isn't a changing table.  Sure, I could throw a blanket down on the floor or a bed and use that instead, but if we have an accident of some sort, blankets offer no protection.  The Baby Poop Deck is thick enough to keep accidents contained and it's also machine washable so clean up is a cinch. 



I'll throw it under our stroller when we head to the park or pack it for a trip to my parents and always know that I have a clean place to change the monkeys.  And thanks to that safety belt, our wrestling matches may become a thing of the past!



Susan has graciously offered to giveaway one Baby Poop Deck a lucky AFOMFT reader!  To enter, leave a comment here telling us where you would use your Baby Poop Deck if you win.
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41 comments:

  1. Great idea! With triplets, I would be using that thing everywhere! Especially in the car!

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  2. Danielle, I love this!! I think I am gonna go visit her site and buy one today. Such a cute idea!!

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  3. Oh my word...I think this is one of the most fabulous creations ever!! I am always in a predicament where there's either no changing area or it's disgusting! I'd totally keep it in my car for those times! It would also be great for road trips...you know how scuzzy those rest stop bathrooms are!

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  4. I would use this when I have to change the twins in the back of my Suburban. Much better than the dirty blanket back there I use now. ;)

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  6. Oh, I love this idea! With the twins coming soon,and all the running around I do with my two older guys, I know we'll have some changes to do in the car--what a great way to do them!
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  7. Oh, and I'm also a follower :)

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  10. I think I would asolutely use it everywhere. I think I have used an actual changing table once since my son was born..so I would love one : )

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  13. Oh and I would love to have the Baby Poop Deck for the car!

    Jamee

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  14. I would definitely use this in the car, but also in restaurants or other public places on those koala things. Gross!

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  15. I follow this blog, too! Thanks for all the great ideas!

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  16. Definitely great for the car, I wish we would've known about these when we took a road trip this summer! They are great...
    jdelight

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  17. It would be great in the car. It is such a pain in the butt because we have a dog and the back of our car has dog hair in it and trying to find a blanket to lay down before putting the little one down is hard. This would be great to leave in the back. Awesome idea

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  18. I am expecting twins any day now, I would love this for the car.

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  19. Great idea! I would definitely use this in the car.

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  20. my little guy is afraid of public bathrooms, so i would use this instead.

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  21. This is an awesome idea! There have been many times I needed to change the kids in the car, and got poop on my seat, ugh!

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  23. Why has no one thought of this before? I would use it ALL the time - especially in the car!

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  24. I would use it in the car for sure
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  25. Love It! That would LIVE in my mini van with twins and a 2 yr old still in diapers!

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  26. This would go in the car, for sure. Public changing tables are just gross.

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