What do you do when you’re too big for the changing table? Josh and I have been contemplating this for a few months. Jackson is very long/tall. I’m not sure where he gets it because it’s certainly not from the Italians. His feet overhang the changing pad and bang on the hard wood of the changing table. Families with normal children don’t have to worry about this because I think they stop using the changing table when their kids get to a certain age/start walking and their children will eventually use the potty.
Josh and I, on the other hand, see the changing table in our indefinite future, which begs the question: What do you do when you’re too big for the changing table?
You get a bigger changing table. Duh.
This monster of a changing table is four feet long, has sides the curve up just like the one you buy at the store and is sure to last for years to come.
Below is a comparison of the supersize vs. the normal size changing table. The white one is the one you would buy at Babies R Us.