Our IKEA Diaper Changing Cart


Nesting is in full force around here, actually I think it has been since the moment I found out I was pregnant, but it's a little more serious now as we get closer and closer to meeting our baby girl. We have plans to stay home all weekend as we have a nice layer of ice on the ground already, with even more coming tonight. I've joked several times that baby sweet pea, our once frozen embryo, will make her appearance during the 2017's Winter Storm Jupiter. It's truly just a joke though. My OB was happy to tell me I am showing positive signs of progression already, but I don't feel like she's quite ready yet.

Back to the nesting topic. We are about as prepared as we can be at this point, and now we get to just joyfully wait to see what day she'll arrive. I'm washing a small load of baby clothes this afternoon. We have carseats installed in both cars, her nursery is finished, all of her clothes smell of heavenly Dreft, all of our hospital bags are packed including Mrs. PB's bag, and we have this IKEA cart fully loaded and in the master bedroom.

I knew I wanted to have an organized station for diapering changing on the lower level of the house. I explored ideas and considered a simple basket to keep in the bedroom. Pinterest lead me to this cart. I had no idea what all I needed to stock it with, other than diapers and wipes. I'm sharing this post today as a reference for any new moms or moms-to-be. All of this came together with the help and advice of our pediatrician, my sisters, and friends.












Our mobile diaper changing cart is stocked with all the following necessities:

Diapers: As of right now we don't know which diaper will work best for her. We have Honest, Babyganics, and Pampers Sensitive in the cart. We shall see which one works best.

Baby Wipes: Pampers Sensitive Skin

Pacifiers: Natursutten

Vitamin D Drops: Carlson Vitamin D Baby Drops 

Medical Forehead Thermometer: Proven

Saline Spray/Drop: Little Remedies

Baby Finger Nail Clippers & File: Safety 1st

Wooden Baby Hairbrush: Royal Infant

Nasal Aspirator: Nose Frida 

Gas Relief Drops: Little Remedies

Diaper Rash Cream: Aquaphor and Burt's Bee

Bath products: Aveeno

We also have burp clothes (made with love by my sister Little Lucca Love) and lots and lots of swaddles. We have another stack of the most beautiful swaddles under the bassinet. My very favorite quilts and swaddles are by Little Unicorn.

Well dear one, I hope this is helpful!

With love xo
Wen

p.s. follow along on our journey to parenthood on Instagram @wendycorreen, also stay tuned for an upcoming blog post with photos from our most recent maternity photoshoot

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