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Baby Bubadoo Diaper Changing Wrap

Baby Bubadoo Changing Wrap: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Changing a squirmy tot's diaper can be more complicated than assembling the changing table you're using for the task. As lil ones begin to discover the world around them, they can make the duty impossible – refusing to lie down, reaching for body parts that need to be cleaned, and twisting and turning every which way. While some mamas move their diaper changes to the floor, others turn to the Baby Bubadoo Changing Wrap ($15). The water-resistant wrap's swaddle-like design secures around baby's shoulders and arms to keep hands out of the way for an event-free diaper changing session. What do you think of the tool?

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Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 5 years
There have been a few times when my daughter was a baby when I've said to myself, "I wish I could just pin her little arms to her body so she'd stop trying to grab the diaper/poop/wipes/my shirt/etc." She was very grabby. And once she learned that she could use her arms to help herself roll, things got dangerous! I probably wouldn't have used the Bubadoo very often, but it would have been great to have for those changing tables at restaurants and stores.
kathrynliz kathrynliz 5 years
Tee Hee. We can't have a Bumbo, a Boppy, a Bugaboo, a Joovy and a Bubadoo. We just can't.
MissSushi MissSushi 5 years
It doesn't look like a straight jacket, that's just ridiculous. People really need to stop being so dramatic about things. I don't think it will be that much help becasue its mostly an arm deterrence. Arms are one of the tamest things to deal with when changing diapers, the biggest problems are when kids twist to turn, or kick off you. I have a kid who is quite possibly the hardest kid to change on the planet. I've had several family members, who all had 3+ kids, change his diapers, and usually spend a good 5 minutes exclaiming in shock about it. And that was with disposables. I use snappi'd prefolds and diaper covers at home. You learn to deal with things, true, but it doesn't make them less annoying or difficult. There is no reason to poopoo helpful innovation simply because you think someone should just "learn" to deal with it. Most other difficult situations, from depression to clothing to long distance traveling, were at one time strange ideas to scoff at when you already had a servicable method. Even disposable diapers are a convience we could do without, we could just learn to use cloth diapers, its not that hold to fold right? Why create an entirely new product when the old one works just fine?
amandachalynn amandachalynn 5 years
It doesn't really look like a straight jacket. Maybe like a fake movie one, but not a real one. However it looks, I think it's a stupid idea. You learn to deal with a wiggly baby. If you don't you're not going to do well when that wiggly baby turns into a fast, squirmy toddler.
Heather-Maddan Heather-Maddan 5 years
Babies wiggle when you change their diapers. I just deal with it — this looks too much like a straightjacket.
lizlee89 lizlee89 5 years
the idea is a great one (well, the idea of something to help this proble; not the execution), but it just feels too creepy - that thing totally looks like a straight jacket and I would feel wierd putting my child in it...
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