Munchkin Sarabear Portable Diaper Caddy, White Waffle

Pinned on January 1, 2014 at 6:44 am by James Gilliland

Munchkin Sarabear Portable Diaper Caddy, White Waffle

Each SaraBear Diaper Caddy by Munchkin starts with a custom shaker style basket in a tight weave of real wood. A handle is attached on either end of the basket and can be collapsed to lie along the side of the basket. Each liner is made from a heavy weight, 100% cotton fabric. The basket will firmly hold a baby wipes container, and has pockets for diapers, ointments, burp cloths and swabs. The caddies are PVC free and the dyes used in the textiles are entirely formaldehyde free. Any wood stain that is used on a SaraBear basket is water based and lead free. The packaging was deliberately designed without the use of plastics. At a moment’s notice or a baby’s cry, take everything you need to care for baby from one room to the next.

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princsskik says:

Love this caddy This is my second Sarabear portable diaper caddy. I initally lived in a one-story home and had a different pattern but found the caddy to be indispensable on the diaper changer. It is sturdy and the pockets are great for organizing the essentials. I bought the white waffle one once we moved to a two-story home, as I found I desperately needed one downstairs as well. I looked at other options in store when I couldn’t find Sarabear at buybuybaby or babies-r-us (where I initially purchased). The other ones were cheap, small, and ugly. This thing is large but in a good, holds everything way. Not for travelling or anything so I wouldn’t want something smaller where I was jamming things in or having to restock the diapers every day. My ONLY complaint and I still give it 5 stars even so because I love it so much is that the wicker on the bottom can scratch delicate surfaces. We have one on the chocolate dresser/changer top and found it was scratching the finish. We solved this by setting the caddy on top of a clean cloth diaper that was left over from part of a baby shower game. Another option would be to rest it on top of a plastic changer pad (we used them even over the regular changer foam pads since there were so many poop smears on the fabric changers that we got sick of washing them every day)Next kid will buy another for their room if my daughter isn’t potty trained by then.

T Winston says:

Great organizer for wiggly babies! I love just about everything about this organizer. It’s cute, functional, and makes diaper changing a snap with my son aka the wiggle worm. When it’s time to change, I just grab the caddy and I have everything I need right at my fingertips. It really takes the hassle out of the whole process. I can bring the whole thing down from his room to his play area during the day so we don’t have a huge interruption when it’s time to change.Holds about a dozen size 4 dipes and a box of wipes sits snugly in the middle. The other pockets are great for as-needed items like powder, rash cream, hair brush, and I keep a rolled up changing pad in there in case of #2 or if I need the protection from a cold/hard floor.The only slight flaw in the design is that the bottom has exposed nail heads which could scratch delicate surfaces. I had the same problem with a previous basket. I put a cloth diaper underneath it where it lives on top of the dresser, or you could use a table runner, or keep it on the floor if you don’t have a curious baby who would get into it.

wj says:

Essential for your changing table My wife wasn’t registered for this item at her shower but what a great surprise it was to receive. I’m not sure what we would’ve used to organize all the items we keep in it. The quality of the basket and liner is superb.The basket is located right next to our son’s changing pad and has-A + D Ointment-Aquaphor-Baby Wipes-Lotion-Miscellaneous creams-Brush-Diaper garbage bagsPlease view the customer image. I wanted to get across how useful it is.

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