It’s Easy to Change Babies with Skip Hop’s Pronto! Changing Station


prd_202015_expNow that my baby is six months (today – can you believe it?!) and the weather is finally getting better, I plan on taking him out more often. If I’m going for a short time I don’t want to schlep the big diaper bag and, in fact, I don’t have to take a diaper bag at all! The Pronto! Changing Station from Skip Hop has everything I could possibly need for a short outing with my son. On top of that, it’s brilliantly designed to be a two-products-in-one and you know I love products that give you more bang for your buck…

The Pronto! Changing Station is, at first glance, a stylish clutch that you can attach to a stroller or conveniently throw into a bag. Once you unfold it, it becomes a large changing pad with a detachable bag (zips off) with room for 4 diapers and creams (I was even able to squeeze two small bottles and a pacifier in there!) It comes with its own wipes case, as well as a separate compartment for items such as keys, wallet cell phone, etc. The pad itself has a patent-pending pillow for maximum comfort.

I love using the changing station during my daily errands with the baby. It barely weighs anything so it’s easy to carry. I also like using the changing pad by itself at home. The material makes it very easy to clean when it gets soiled-  just wipe it off with a wipe or a wet paper towel. Once the weather gets warmer I’m looking forward to using the Pronto! Changing Station along with the Central Park Outdoor Blanket for picnics. Hooray for Spring!

The Pronto! Changing Station comes in 8 fabric colors. You can purchase it here for $30-$34. Click to see more innovative products from Skip Hop.

I was not compensated for this post. I received a sample.


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