Cheap Solution With Pack N Play

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JH - April 6

I had my son last week ! (6.12 pounds, 19.5 inches) We have a pack-n-play with the changing table. I thought ya'll might want to know that I have already discovered that I wasted money buying the water proof pad to go to the changing table. They are the exact same size as cloth diapers. I used one when when my pads were in the wash and now I prefer it. (Go for the 3-ply diapers.) They are about $1.00 each as opposed to $4.00 for pads.

 

Nita_ - April 6

Nice tip! But just curious the pad is waterproof but cloth diapers, by the sound of it, don't seem waterproof. I'm a first time mom, so correct me if I'm missing something.

 

redemptive_angel - April 7

I am a first time mom too. My mother says that I need a matteress for my pack-n-play if I inteed on using it as a ba__sinet. Is this true? The instructions for the p-n-p say nothing about it.

 

Kiddolebel - April 7

I never bought a mattress pad for the ba__sinet part of my pack n play. You dont need it.

 

Cabbie - April 7

I wouldn't modify the pack n play at all. It is made up to safety codes. I used the pack and play with both my previous kids as a ba__sinet and intend to use it with this one too!

 

JH - April 10

I wouldn't add a thing to the pack-n-play. A mattress would weight the ba__sinet and put it above the weight limit. (I think 15 lbs.) The diapers seem to be every bit as absorbant as the pads (I use 3-ply) Plus there will be times that no matter what you do stuff will miss the pad. The plastic covering on the changing table is very easy to clean.

 

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