Emma shows you how she made her own diaper changing bed from old towels.
Since I could not find a diaper changing bed that wasn’t too expensive or made with good materials (the ones I found with organic cotton cover had no organic filling and so on), I decided to make my own. All you need is four ribbons, three big towels, one kitchen towel and a pillow case.
What I did was to sew the ribbons on to the kitchen towel’s four corners. Roll up two of the big towels and tie them on to the kitchen towel. The other big towel I folded to the same size as the kitchen towel. I placed the kitchen towel on to the folded towel and placed them in to the pillow case to make them stick together better. To water proof the bed I put a beeswax paper on top of the bed and the another towel like a sheet that you can easily wash when needed.
Dylan doesn’t look too impressed in this picture, but I blame his dislike on wet diapers rather that the actual bed…
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