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Amy EganAm i the only one think its not a good idea for a cat to be in a babys cot1 day ago   ·  9
Kristy MurphyJustin Murphy Freya at 2am when she thinks we're joining her party 😂💤1 day ago   ·  1
Stephanie DadyAnnamieke Dady I wonder if oscar will be like this hahaha1 day ago   ·  2
Jordee AndersonLauren. Is this what I'm going to come home to after you looking after Ellie?1 day ago
Emma TweedieBridget Talataina and you thought Niamh was excited by Monty hehe1 day ago   ·  1
Danielle McCaffreyOmg so cute!@@1 day ago   ·  1
Vanessa MacdonaldSteve every time Amelia see a cat!! 😂1 day ago   ·  1
Tarsia VarvelloSteven Perdicakis this will be pete freaking it lol!1 day ago   ·  1
Megan WaldonEmma Ried this is Chloe haha1 day ago   ·  1
Jenna TanJustina Yap, this is you as a baby1 day ago   ·  1
Natalie Johanna RevieJaime Milton Bella and Charlie 💜 so cute!!!1 day ago   ·  1
Alana CooperMelissa Charles I imagine this was you as a baby1 day ago   ·  1
Kerry Rantall Ex LewisSheila McGovern this made me think of Nat . Lol1 day ago   ·  1
Amy Rose McEwanRufus me inside every time I see a puppy1 day ago
Lu OliveiraBrendan Lambkin imagine Avallon but with a puppy!1 day ago
Cassandra WightKai 5:30am everyday Dyl1 day ago
Julie-anne TaylderJack Taylder this could be Norm with your offspring!23 hours ago
Nataliee JohnsonLeigh Sheppard look how happy baby gets ahahahah 😂😂😂1 day ago
Emma Mae BennettShan L Scott you when you were a baby hahaha cuuuute!24 hours ago
Rina JaneWouter Koppenaal this is why we need a kitty23 hours ago
Kristen ElizabethDean Barry remind you of anyone 😂😍22 hours ago
Laura PotterAaron Hull I wonder if Olive will be this excited1 day ago
Jacquelyn HookJohn Elter when Ella sees Brad1 day ago
Fung-yee Michelle TrinhRobin Wang should be when see a dog1 day ago
Lauren CusackLeigh Cusack remind you of someone?1 day ago
Tymara-lee MawerSimone Cooper this is you isn't it?!!1 day ago
Niamh ShMaria Fortune-Shore hopefully mine is a cat a baby1 day ago
Jodie WilliamsonDanae Ford this is you.. don't you agree Amada Williamson lol24 hours ago   ·  2
Grace WoodMeleta Wood Shane Hanrahan Arch and his three cats1 day ago   ·  2
Nikki Riza AliFalisha Ali Sheikh Is Inayah this excited?24 hours ago   ·  1
Christal GeschSiena Johnstone is this you honey1 day ago   ·  1
Maddi HannafordStephen Pearce Colleen Hannaford this is so Olivia lol1 day ago   ·  1
Bianca Jayd WicksChristy Paterson when you see a dog1 day ago   ·  1
Christina WolfsbauerAlix Hancock its Jeremy 😂1 day ago   ·  1
Lauren JordanThis'll be Piper Verity Kight Liam JJ1 day ago   ·  1
Tess WrightNicole Smith r u like this??1 day ago
Sarah-Jane SilvesterDave Silvester... so you!!!1 day ago   ·  1
Rahni CotterillJess Faircloth thought of you ;)22 hours ago
Carina SpencerPeter Spencer banks with daisy1 day ago
Lena GrayStephanie Towers this is just the best1 day ago
Kylie Lee BrabynMeegan Brabyn this is you 😂😍24 hours ago
Keira EstenHajer !!23 hours ago   ·  1
Larissa JaeColby haha1 day ago
Michaela GombasPeita Burgess Lila? :) xx1 day ago
Di BaffAlix Clarke Stephanie Chapman Cassandra MW😻1 day ago   ·  3
Blaine FarrugiaEmily Robin FunnellRachel Siskovic bad kid1 day ago   ·  2
Lauren BuchananCorey Goss kitty!!!1 day ago
Kirst MofflinSo Ellie! Chris Thurmott Suzy Thurmott 😂23 hours ago   ·  1
Sam RabyJoel Raby Linda Raby - ARLO!1 day ago   ·  1
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Nicola CampbellBreathable fabric to avoid children from overheating, new parents and most people don't realise how hot babies/children can get in car seats, i have a different brand car seat and am unhappy with how warm my baby gets in it and am wanting to try the Britax! All the normal safety features that are covered in the Australian Standards are just as important also. Liked and shared x1 day ago   ·  3
Bree GilbertThe most important safety feature in a car seat for our child is one that is suitable for a low birth weight baby. Our miracle baby was born premature at 28 weeks. After 67 days between NICU and the Special Care Nursery being able to finally bring our little fighter safely home is our priority. The Britax Safe-n-Sound Unity is only car seat on the market to be designed and tested specifically for the traveling safety of premature and low birth weight babies just like our son.1 day ago   ·  1
Amelia PearceLiked and shared. For me the main selling point of britax asides their impeccable safety features is that they make extending rear facing easy and possible as well as comfortable. I know it's not for everyone and that's perfectly ok but after having been involved in an accident just recently that wasn't my fault but wrote my car off and seeing just how well protected my bub was it made me quite grateful that for us it will be possible. Thanks again Britax for protecting our little ones so well! ❤️1 day ago   ·  1
Cassandra RyanThe best safety feature my child seat can have is to be the right restraint for my child that is installed correctly in the car. Also make sure the harness is adjusted properly. I also like my restraints to have a AHR so that thier head is never out of the shell :)1 day ago   ·  1
Cassie GelukFtm in may and ive done so much research on different capsules my favourite things about the britax ISOFIX are the easy to remove from car base to place on pram. The secure measures they have gone to to ensure the safety and reduced movabilty when strapped in to the car. Love the easy to clean fabric and the age ranges from new born to 12 months. I decided on this capsule for a few reasons the main reason is the trip to america not long after the birth to see me sister get married! And coz its easy for my mum to handle if/when she baby sits. So win or lose this is going to be my choice either way1 day ago
Jordie WebsterThe best safety feature in a car seat would definately have to be the impact resistance. There is no point having a car seat made of complete polystyrene and getting into an accident, and having the seat snap. Especially with newborns and infants. I believe car seats should be made of very strong material to avoid more injury. As well as that, breathable and washable fabric should be over the top to prevent overheating in the car on longer trips and warmer days.1 day ago
Ashlee CloseThe Britax Safe'n'sound Unity Isofix capsule is at the top of our list for baby capsules. The most important safety feature we seek (and what drew us most to the Britax Unity Isofix) was the compatibility and adaptability of the capsule for travelling in the car, pram and aircraft. The 'click and go' adapters are perfect for a seamless transition from car to pram. Our upcoming baby will be safe'n'sound, and as first-time parents, our peace of mind is ensured with Britax!1 day ago
Abbie FaulknerThank you New Born Baby For this chance of huge saving. With bub #2 on the way A capsule would really make our day. The most important safety feature of a car seat we would reach for... Isofix is key, as you can clearly see Easy installation ensures you get safely to your destination Correct fitting makes for a comfy sitting We would love to win this capsule, A serious safety tool to rule! ❤ thank you xx1 day ago
Cara JohnsonLiked and shared. The most important safety feature for my kids is a combination of all those features that will keep my kids safest in an accident - rear-facing, reclining, a comfortable five-point harness, fantastic impact protection, and the easy to install isofix system so that all parents can get it right the first time.1 day ago
Jasmine AndrewarthaThe most important safety feature would have to be impact resistance and correct installation. This is my first baby and hes due january 9 2017 so im not exactly an expert but i have only heard good things about britax and winning this would mean so much as they are expensive and would be one of the only new things we have instead of handmedowns and second hand stuff.1 day ago
Caitlin JamesI'm due to have my first baby in March next year 😍 I have done my research and learnt that Britax is one of the best brands out! The most important safety feature would have to be impact resistance and correctly installation. I also know the fabric is very comfy and breathable for bub so he won't get hot.1 day ago
Jacinta BradyIsofix helps with one of the most important safety features, that being installed correctly & safely. All other safety features are impaired if it's not installed correctly, as someone who's had to help many of my family members install & change seats to different cars, thanks for making it easier 👊1 day ago
Samantha Maree Ann Burton-MoorheadWith my baby due in feb ive heard nothing but good things about britax. I love how high your safety ratings are and the amount of effort that has gone into developing such a great car seat and all the different safety features are my favorite because it wouldnt be good enough for my bundle of joy if you just had one.1 day ago
Lisa Ussherbritax safe n sound products are the only products I've ever used with my 3 kids. The most important safety feature is that the restraint can be securely fixed to my car with no movement & the impact resistance Liked & Shared1 day ago
Ashley Boyd🙋🏼🙋🏼 please. I would love to win this! I am a nanny. And the 1 year old I nanny is just about to grow out of the maxi cosi capsule, and I'm about to watch a 9 month little girl. My favourite Safety feature is isofix!! It makes it so I can install is correctly first time every time!!1 day ago
Rebecca WhiteWe have just purchased our first Britax car seat, they have amazing features to ensure our precious daughter is safe & comfortable at all times. Britax is a stand out for me simply for its high safety rating, this is always the most important feature.1 day ago
Jen DunkImpact resistance has to been the main safety feature. It's the point of a car seat to prevent injury to our precious babies in the event of any impact. There are plenty of other must haves or wants but uttermost importance is how the car seat handles any impact.1 day ago
Nikita TaylorLiked and shared. The most important feature would have to be impact resistant/stability and correct installation. I hope the new isofix helps keep the capsule more secure in the car as i installed an older model into my car other day and i am not impressed with where and how the seat beat secures the capsule in the car !!!!!1 day ago
Sarah SandsThe most important safety feature of a car seat is that it fits the child properly for its age or weight. It needs to accomodate newborns whilst safely transitioning for older babies and then toddlers. Every stage of a babies life needs to be protected.1 day ago
Jess AnshawLiked and shared! Isofix is most important it shoud be in every car seat and car! Older cars should be made to get it fitted such an important safety feature making sure our special little ones are safe. Also breathable fabric for the little ones would have to be second most important1 day ago
Kate MaclannanWith our first baby on the way and due in May this is the first car seat on our list. With britax being the leading brand we know and trust it is an all round safety pleaser, but the most important safety features for me would be isofix and the rearward facing aspects.1 day ago
Katie SilvestroLiked and Shared 😊 The best most important safety features are and should include the Breathable fabric and that it is Impact resistance as well as rear facing, Britax Safe and sound are the best car seats and I have always used them!. 😊1 day ago
Kellie BurgessFive safe factors for children as per your brand ISOFIX, side impact innovations, rearward facing for longer, inbuilt harness for longer, slideguard to prevent submaring. Your standards and above and beyond testing!!!!23 hours ago
Danielle ButterfliesLiked & shared! The most important safety feature should be correct installation Britax is the best would love to win this prize with baby due in under 5 weeks 😀1 day ago   ·  1
Tracy CostantinoLiked and shared Britax Baby capsules are the most important part of keeping your baby safe whilst travelling to and fro your destination. The head rest supports are vital for my baby's comfort and safety.1 day ago
Annabelle SnowdonEvery safety feature is a bonus ~ the more the better! Britax Safe n sound have been around for many years and have a fantastic reputation. It will be the only brand I will consider when purchasing my capsule/car seat for my first bub due in April.1 day ago
Kelly BrownThe best safety feature is the new isofix system that means everyone can install the seat correctly and safely every time. This system is very quick and easy with the seat alot more secure in the car with green indicators telling you its correct. As first time parents it has made the fitting of the seat a breeze. Thanks1 day ago
Alexcis WeberI think that every aspect of a car seat for an infant or any child for that matter is of high importance. If the seat isn't installed correctly, correct restraint for the child isn't used and the seat isn't in a good safe condition that child will not be kept safe in the event of an accident.1 day ago
Hannah LaubThe most important feature is the overall manufacturing of the capsule by the company to ensure it is as safe and impact resistant as possible for the child. Something Britax has always done well!1 day ago
Zeljka SaboThe isofix feature of the Britax makes fitting the car seat a breeze and gives parents the peace of mind knowing that their precious bundle of joy will be safely secured while on the road.1 day ago
Jess RedfordThe most important feature of the Britax is for its high safety rating it makes it easy to feel comfortable that you picked the best capsule for your baby. Wouldn't buy any other! My first baby is due may next year would love to tick this capsule off my list!1 day ago
Katie BarfieldBreathability!!! Its hot in North Queensland. Also all the Australian srandards are a must. Love britax have their pram that this capsual would fit into ❤1 day ago
Evie SlackIt's hard to pinpoint one feature as they're all important, but as a starting point the seat must be able to be securely installed into the car and it should be suited to the age of the baby or child using it! The harness, padding, age appropriate rear/forward facing, ISOFIX... all equally as important!1 day ago
Samantha BeckhamAside from the standard safety features, I am a big fan of the side cushioning available in car seats and capsules now. At the Baby Expo in Melbourne I was fascinated to see the different air pocket, foam etc designs. What a wonderful innovation ❤️1 day ago   ·  1
Lauren OrtonDone and done. A high safety standard rating is the most important safety feature any car seat/capsule could have. The quality, comfort and style are added bonuses. Britax is number one for a reason!1 day ago
Tara-Lee BurnettLiked and shared The best safety feature for us is to have isofix straps ! I find that having the isofix in our car makes the seats feel much more secure and safe and so much easier to install1 day ago
Tracey WilliamsEvery safety feature is just as important as the next, and this has them all so our little fella is very safe. I have a deferent brand at the moment and is super hard to put our little one in and out, doesn't look like we will have any issues with this capsule1 day ago   ·  1
Jess StandishOther thank the standard features with a good fitting harness, secure safe installation and easy access I am really impressed with the side airbags that are available now. I saw a demonstration and love the extra peace of mind!1 day ago   ·  1
Amanda LindleyOur car has isofix, we didn't have it with our other children. I love that the isofix can still be used in a car without isofix. We would love this seat for our new baby due in May x1 day ago
Christine Talboti have a new grand-baby coming, the mum and dad have a combined total of 3 boys now they fostered a little girl aged 4. and a new baby due April, money is going to be tight but plenty of love for all the children. this would really help them. it looks amazing.1 day ago   ·  1
Stephanie WongThe most inportant feature would be being correctly installed, fits and secures a child for the right age. Britax is the brand which we have decided on to use when baby comes out 😍1 day ago
Lauren MonroYes please! Having just purchased a car with Isofix Fittings, I am on the hunt for a safe, secure and comfortable baby seat!1 day ago
Nicolle SimpsonLiked and shared The most important feature in a car seat is the 5 point safety harness, being installed correctly and meeting the australian safety standards.1 day ago
Elle BirdLiked & shared, important features should include latest good restraints, approved by the Australian National Standards. Good quality padded seat with breathable fabric for bubs comfort1 day ago   ·  1
Emma MerrittBeing installed correctly is the most important thing (anchor point and that the 5 point harness has no twists in it) then making sure it is up to the high Australian standard to ensure bubs is safe and secure each time she goes for a car ride. The other thing is ease of use with being able to easily strap my baby into it and get her out of it & that she is comfortable but secure.1 day ago
Jodie KrizanThe most important feature for any car seat would be to get it installed by someone that knows what there doing. And having lots of padding for newborns.1 day ago
Louise FuscoI love the idea of isofix it makes me feel a lot more at ease knowing that the capsules/seats are so secure. No more wobbles from seat belts that lag a bit before they tighten 😊1 day ago
Katie-pop EvansThe most important feature should be impact resistance as well as the correct padding to prevent any head trauma if the head were to bounce off the sides during an impact. Basically it requires an overall high safety rating because it's an investment in the life & wellbeing of your newborn. Liked & shared, thanks.1 day ago
Melissa DinningFirst time mum due April after years of infertility and IVF... My number one safety requirement would be the best properly fitted restraints so that baby is safe and secure in the car but also comfortable. Also the ability to go from car to pram without removing baby from the capsule is another requirement as there's no chance of injury when moving baby between modes of transport23 hours ago
Kimberley HoffensetzBeing in tropical North Queensland I think the most important safety feature here would have to be the fact that the car seat is breathable and has cool fabric. I am due in the middle of Jan and I think my baby is really going to struggle with car seats and heat. It would be so great to win this because I would be reassured that my baby will be comfy and won't drown in our horrible heat and humidity.. liked and shared1 day ago

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Hayley NeatherwayFYI you can get these at Trade Secret for like $35. I got one a month ago.2 days ago
Melanie McCannMy girl can pop those buttons open and crawl out of them2 days ago
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Hollie HumbyWe had family around for tea and set up a 'family photo' as my parents live over 3 hrs away. We announced it just before the auto timer ran out to catch their reactions.2 days ago   ·  2
Alison RowlandPresented my mum, dad and my partner's mum with little socks in a box. Mum couldn't work it out, my dad just went quiet but my mother in law had already worked it out earlier in the day (thanks in no small part to my partner reminding me that lemon lime and bitters has alcohol in it at lunch).2 days ago
Jessica HeronJohn this was your face just a little more confused 😂2 days ago   ·  1
Sarah FloranceI asked my nephew in front of my family how he felt about cousins. His Mum was the only one who realized what I was saying lol2 days ago
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Kimmi MitchellIt would make life easy if more places had parents rooms. Also one place I went to only had a change table in the women's toilets. Should be one in the men's too. What about dads who need to change their baby? Also parents rooms need aircon. It's so hot in there! Also very smelly so they should empty the nappy bins more than they do. Would make my life easier ☺️2 days ago   ·  5
Katrina TewesThis would be a fantastic prize to win 😊 I think it would make it easier if parents rooms/ disabled toilets had those vending machines for items you sometimes forget to restock in your nappy bag like: nappies, wipes, creams or breast feeding pads. Or another thing if they provided some sort of sanitising wipes/spray so you could wipe down change table before and after use.2 days ago   ·  5
Amanda NeumannHaving alot more parent rooms throughout the shopping centres so that you can go to anyone instead of having to find that 1 change room especially if its all the way down the other end of the mall when baby has done an explosion and your in a hurry haha. And having disposal changing mats so that if they wee or no2 on the change mat you dont have to wash in then have to put it back in the nappy bag you can just throw it out, thats why I love babyU products cause you have awesone ones. And I use all these products as it doesn't give miss 8months a rash when bathing and moisturizing ect ❤. Thanks for the chance to win.2 days ago
Vee CroserI would love to see a product like a sanitizing sponge. Something you can get out of a packet and wipe down an area before putting your change mat down. Also a skin moisturizing 'wipe' for baby. Sometimes I'm traveling light and don't want to lug around a tub of moisturizer. My bubba has very dry skin. Also, I'd like to say that I really love your products, especially the change mats. They are a great size and thickness.2 days ago
Adelle Jamie MillsHaving a pack that I can put nappies,wipes and a change mat in that is easy to open and close one handed and easy to get things in and out of. There are alot on the market but none are easy to get things out of or they don't hold enough stuff. Oh and a extra arm would be really handy 😜 lol I would love to try this pack as my daughter has very sensitive skin and there are not many products that don't irritate her skin, I have found other goats milk products to be really great with her and my fussy sensitive skin and with another daughter due in January finding a good safe products that don't break the bank and that won't bother my girls sensitive skin would be a huge stress off of my mind2 days ago
Kami SullivanClean change rooms with liners for the change tables. Change tables that were long enough so my son's legs didn't hang off the edge and as always, making sure you remembered nappies and wipes (which I recently forgot... not good btw).2 days ago
Solange Harb NahlousChanging babies would be easier if there were more parents rooms that were kept tidy but also stocked with things like wipes and barrier creams (even if it's just the little sample sizes. I know it's probably likely some people would make off with them but Castle Towers and Stocklands in Wetherill Park have wonderful parents rooms. Also it wouldn't hurt to have comfy lounges in the BF rooms 😉2 days ago
Michelle FabrisIt would be so much easier if there were more parent rooms in shopping centres and public toilet blocks. Even change tables in female and male toilets. That being said sometimes they are so dirty that you don't want to change your child on them anyway. Also if you're to dream big, then a nappy that self wipes a dirty bottom or makes sure there are no explosions to deal with in public! 😭😭😛2 days ago
Bev Rube TalbotThree hands and a baby that stays still would make life easier! Haha but I think some sort of nappy bag dispenser would be good. Mine are always a nightmare trying to get one out with one hand then 10 come out at once! Having nappy bag dispensers and change table disposable covers would be great in parents rooms.2 days ago
Carissa EllisA changing area in every block of toilets, everywhere would be a start! I've had to change my daughter on a bench seat in a cafe/restaurant, right next to diners and the kitchen once (and that's where the staff directed me)! Toilets large enough for the pram in the parents room would be the one thing that would make my life easier when changing bub though - I've been to a few places that have a changing room, but if you need to use the bathroom yourself with pram in tow, you need to use the disabled toilet!2 days ago
Belinda MoxeyI was once directed to a mens room to change my baby girl when at a cafe. Apparently the Mens room was larger - however neither set of toilets had a change room or anything adequate other than a place to wash your hands. More parents rooms even if they are public rooms would be great2 days ago
Kasey PetersonMachines that dispense things you need like nappies, little things of bum cream and wipes. Better parents rooms too, though the one near me is great- they have wipe warmers with wipes and great rooms for feeding 😊 they need more like that everywhere!2 days ago
Natarsha KennyI think that having more user friendly, clean and well stocked (in case you forgot something) parents rooms would make life easier when shopping in centres. My favourite item is the disposable change mats because some places just aren't clean and no one wants to change their baby on nasty surfaces.2 days ago
Courtney Rieck100% agree that more change areas would be amazing. I'm blessed to have great parents room in my local area. Some but not all have folks of disposable change mats which are fantastic as that means I get more use out of my bought mats and they have huge drawers owner each change may that is a bin. It's great that they are out of the way and hygienic so little hands don't touch them.2 days ago
Ashleigh OkeGood baby wipes that don't brake up and disposable change matts would make my life easier when out and about.. My Bub is two weeks old and is known to do a poo explosion when we go out.. Usually this goes all over the change matt causing a lot of extra cleaning and mess.. Disposable mats would come in handy in these instances along with the nappy bags to mask the smell2 days ago
Beck RainbowA little store in the parents room cause we all had that moment when you run out of wipes or when you pack nappies but you go through more than you think. Now that would make change times easier 👌😉2 days ago   ·  1
Alyssa ShaeIt would make life so much easier as not many places have change rooms for parents and if not I know all I can do is take out a change mat and I can change bubs wherever! Even in an important meeting! I also think it gets to hot in the room and I find I suffocate in there and in the room it's the elderly using the room and it smells! Only if they had smelly senses2 days ago
Chantalle HowarthWhen changing a baby when your out and about defiantly a pram that lays down flat and makes life that much easier especially how there aren't parents rooms everywhere we go. So changing your baby in a pram that lays down flat so you just have to lay down a disposable change mat and easily done :)2 days ago
Emily RoebuckI agree with most people there needs to be more parents room most place only have a changr table in ladies bathroom, ive been to places where ive had to change my daughters nappy on my back car seat or on a table not ideal but neither is leaving her with a dirty poopy nappy i already use goat soap for bath times so to win the change mats would be handy as ive never actually seen them in stores before i get the brand from big w2 days ago
Kimberly TealeMore clean, practical and safe places to change baby. I was in one the other day where the light was on a timer. I was in there too long and it went out mud change. Went pitch black. I had to grab little one mid change and walk around to activate the light again. Wasn't very fun and was lucky I had cleaned the explosion already2 days ago
Amy WilliamsWhat a great prize! Definitely more parents rooms, especially in smaller towns that sometimes don't have one and a quite area for feeding bub! Disposable change mats would also make for a quicker change and easier to clean up messy poos while out and about 😊2 days ago
Tanika MichelleParents rooms with vending machines like in women's toilets, with wipes, sanitiser,throw away change mats and creams etc. ! Would make it a more pleasant experience, when sometimes you forget certain things and sometimes parents rooms can be unclean2 days ago
Kate JacklinParent rooms!! It's super hard trying to get a pram into a disabled toilet which is the only place you can fond the change tables most of the time. My goodness, more parenting rooms would be a dream! We all get public men/woman toilets, babies should have their own area too!2 days ago
Amanda Lee McJust saying i love your products used quiet a few and nothing made my bubbas skin feel so good, and they smell good aswell :) I think it would make it easier if they had bigger parents rooms, and more inviting for the men aswell. And if they have feeding / + changing section that are more comfortable. And definitely disposable bins that are changed frequently, and hand sanitizer been a must!2 days ago
Sarah RichardsonIm a first time mum and i have noticed theres not many mum rooms for bubbas to feed or change.. and if there is its always so packed with other mums they need to be a bit more bigger and mum friendly. Also pram parking seems to be miles away from the shops why? It doesnt make sense why mums have to walk a mile to get to the shops compared to not having a pram park2 days ago
Elizabeth ShiltonBigger or more parents rooms, sanitizer available to clean the change tables. The rooms a bit larger too would help when there is multiple people in there with bubs. Maybe a vending type machine with things needed for bubs in there if you run out and dont have the time to duck up to woolies or coles.2 days ago
Brooke DaviesThere is a lack of parent rooms in places and some are not very clean or cleaned on a regular basis. Went out for dinner one night and had to change my daughter, went to the change rooms, but there was no place to change her. Was not very happy, ended up changing her on a couch in the bar area.2 days ago
Larisa KennyPublic change tables/rooms are always disgusting. I have yet to see a clean one so I avoid them. I keep a stash of disposable change mats, wipes, nappies, nappy bags, toy to distract bub and hand sanitizer in my car and just change in the boot space of our people mover. Flat, clean surface and so much easier than hunting for a change room 👌2 days ago
Nikita GuestLife would be easier when changing baby out and about if my 8 month old would lie still instead of trying to see what's behind her kicking legs and rolling around 😂 - not to mention accessible, clean facilities that allow for privacy 😀2 days ago
Lani HarrisIf every place you went to had easy accessible parents room with quality changing facilities. And if all parent rooms had the nappy bags, wipes etc incase you forgot yours. Maybe like a nappy vending machine loll. Can only wish2 days ago
Jodi BussellA discreet caddy on the pram that flips open to have everything I need in small quantities ready to go. I hate fishing around my nappy bag in a rush. It would also be great when mum takes my baby for a walk in the afternoons. Also who was the genius that designed these new benches everywhere with the dips to lay your baby in for changing? If there was a mid change poo distaster? Accidents happen and I'd rather be by baby's side, not path when they happen 😂2 days ago
Alison IngramWhat would make changing bub easier when out & about - wipes that don't dry out, an easier way to get nappy bags out of the packet & travel size baby care products (e.g. nappy rash cream). Thanks for the chance to win 😊2 days ago
Jess GuthrieHaving the disposable change mats would make it a lot easier to change Bub out and about and more parent friendly areas in shopping centres. Having wipes and nappies on hand in these rooms would also be great and babies having there own clean areas/rooms outside a ladies toilet would be a lot cleaner and easier for dads to use as well.. Such a great prize - having natural products is totally awesome ..2 days ago
Kaylee SmithOooo my FAVE products!!! It would make it easier if places had more parents rooms, that mums and DADS can go into, dad can't change Bub in the women's toilets (if the women's happens to even have a change table nowadays)2 days ago
Sarah ShelleyDefinitely your wonderful disposable change mats. It doesn't matter as long as I have one of them I can do a bottom change anywhere. Car, pram, parents room. I have used them with my first and continue to use them with my second. So practical and hygienic.2 days ago
Manda FechlieIt would make life so much easier if there were more accessible facilities catering to mums AND dads which were actually cleaned frequently.. nothing worse than an unhygienic baby change room when it's the only one for miles!!!2 days ago
Bridget Aukaha-LarsenHaving more room in all baby rooms - not tiny toilet cubicles with a fold away change table and no room for your pram! Babies might be little but with all the things you need to take with them they take up a lot of space!2 days ago
Yvette WilkinsonIt has been 9yrs since I have had to do it and I'm about to need to so stay tuned and I will let you know!!! Lol I'm sure all these new flash products listed will make my revamped mumma life easier though :-) arggggg help!2 days ago
Brooke HallDefinitely more accessible parents rooms In shopping centres :) & also be great if they supplied the disposable change table covers save us mums carting them around in our nappy bags 👶🏼🙌2 days ago
Meg MarieA Nanny service in the change/parent rooms 😉 why stop at installing equipment or creating space when we could go all out and just set up services that give us Mummys a break for 5 mins - have a Nanny change baby and then hand them back. Haha that would certainly make it easier!2 days ago
Tiana Cosgrovewould make it easier if there was more parents rooms for both mums and dads to use comfortably 💙 but also to have rolls of change mat paper is also very helpful i dony always remember to pack a new mat2 days ago
Tess Graham-ChubbDisposable change mats as the nappy wallets can get pricey for a good quality one plus it's convenient to just throw out the change mat should it become a disaster zone rather than having to take it with you. The scented nappy disposal bags are handy for that reason as well should a bin not be immediately available.2 days ago
Samantha GrahamMore change tables/parents rooms in restaurants and cafes, instead of just an old change table popped into the disability cubicle. I always feel bad taking a while in there in case someone else is waiting to use it. 😋2 days ago
Jess EvansIt would make life easier if I could use wipes on my Bub but she has reactions to each brand I have tried, would love to try baby U to see if they are better for her skin and the goats milk skincare sounds amazing!2 days ago
Monika KortaDefinitely more parents rooms. I live in a small town and there is a very noticeable lack of them. Vending machines full of baby products would be awesome too, for those times where you run out of the house forgetting to top up your nappy bag. :/2 days ago
Rachel PresttI love this stuff!!!! All smells amazing. We use it every night after bubs has a bath. More places need to have parents rooms not just shopping centers. Very limited to where you can breastfeed and change baby.2 days ago
Natalie GodfreyMore parent rooms available would be great. I always feel horrible when there is no parent room and I have to use the accessible toilets to change my baby that I am taking up the room from someone who really needs it. I know they are accessible for both babies and people with needs but I feel that I'm taking it away from them.2 days ago
Kaitlin GibbonsBigger parent rooms Some I can't even get my pram into, also a vending machine for mum and Bub Water bottles and nappies and wipes I know Iv gone out a couple of times and forgot to check and had to buy a whole new packet Liked and shared2 days ago

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