Now being a mum I always go and check out parents rooms especially to see if they have a toilet that the little ones can use, I don't like taking them into the other toilets as they are cramped and not really big enough for a couple of people in them lol.
A couple of weeks back I went shopping with Nana http://nana-favorite.blogspot.com/ (for anyone that would like to check her blog out) and we went to the new parents room at our local shops and I was amazed with it flabbergasted even, it was huge, it had beautiful couches in three separate rooms for the breastfeeding mothers ( why weren't they around when I needed them???) then the change table area which was massive and very child friendly, a huge playpen area that actually had things attached to the walls to play with in two of the rooms and it had the toilet like at the plaza where a lot of my friends in Vic shop.
But the one thing that was different was this thing on the wall it is called "I'll hold the baby" and its amazing and K loves going in it as you can see. I could go to the toilet without having to worry about her touching the soap dispenser 15 times because the first 14 she couldn't tell if the soap was coming out fast enough, or turning the tap on and off just to see if she can possibly make herself get any wetter?, or the worst in my mind touching the sanitary napkin dispenser to see what is in there?
I loved it and had to go tell the center manager that it was about time something like this was made available to us mums. Then the center manager came out and its a woman now that explained it all to me she must be a mum herself and I congratulated her on a terrific parents room and she said thanks but its not finished. They still have to put in the plasma screen on the wall with the Disney channel running all day!!!!!
Now after I closed my mouth from the shock I though to my self hmmmm how long could I leave K in the thing on the wall and the others in there watching the Disney channel while I did the shopping????????? Nah just kidding but isn't that amazing I just hope that the vandals in this world don't ruin it for our children, and its ironic too that I wont need to go in there as much as I would like to but I took M in there yesterday and showed him and told him to bring the girls to the toilet in there rather than in the men's toilet and he said for sure now.....