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Baby changing

(5 Posts)
Feb2017 Fri 07-Apr-17 11:27:43

Hi All,
Has anyone noticed that in public toilets baby changing tables are always right at the end (far away from the sinks). Who thought of this? How do mums wash their hands after changing their baby without leaving them unattended??!

Camomila Fri 07-Apr-17 13:16:16

Wipe hands with baby wipes, put dc back in push chair and then wash hands is what I usually do.

But yes, I think a lot of public architecture is designed by men and is generally rubbish for (usually) women with pushchairs/small dc.

Feb2017 Fri 07-Apr-17 16:55:55

Thanks for the tip!

cautiousoptimist1 Sat 08-Apr-17 00:35:01

And who on earth thought (and continues to think) that the worlds loudest hand dryers are a good idea in baby changing rooms?! My LO hates them and we've had several meltdowns because of hearing the hand dryers either in the ladies when others use them or by the pram setting them off as the space is so tight!

Littlelegs19 Sat 08-Apr-17 12:07:51

I keep a bottle of hand gel in my nappy bag for this reason.

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