“ Its hard to explain why a person would spend $90 on her first diaper changing pad, and then $2 on her second. Without writing a book on the subject anyway :). I'll try to summarize the highlights, both why I loved my first changing pad, and why I changed to the cheapest garage sale "find" I could find. PRO Organic, unlike a lot of materials baby...” --fayebond
“ $5.59 a diaper is a crazy deal, but I was very wary. I had a few ebay "Palm & Pond" diapers that I hate - low quality, not waterproof, etc. Still, since day-care was CD friendly I needed some new low-maintenance diapers and I took the risk. These have been used daily for a month, and so far I'm pleased. Pros: Cost Sizing seems good and standard for one-size...” --Lit Chick
The optional Changing Pad Covers for Naturepedic Changing Pads feature a fitted design that secures to changing pad. Made from 100% organic cotton flannel. Provides a soft absorptive surface for added comfort. Machine wash & dry.
“ I bought this to use as a travel changing pad at my parents home as they have tile throughout their house and didn't want baby to lie on a cold hard floor when I was changing him. This changing pad has served it's purpose wonderfully. The pad is a very soft foam and almost feels like memory foam when it's in the cover. The foam piece is easily removable through a zipper pouch and the cover...” --Jelinifer