Joined: 13 Mar 2008 17:50 Posts: 83 Location: nr. glasgow
im sorry but i have to get this off my chest and its the perfect place to start.
my local tesco baby changing has a sensor light so if your breastfeeding which i am, or evn bottlefeeding the light switches off as it doesnt sense anything moving so you need to stand up every minute and a half!!! not practical and very annoying!!!
my local boots changing is so horribly kept, the nappy bins are overflowing constanly, there is baby vomit on the floor thats still been thee since i first had to use it (only used it once more since on an off chance and its disgusting) the changing tables are covered in dirt and filth and the feeding area in right next to bins which are overflowing, not hygenic at all!
my local mothercare has a two person bench and as a breastfeeding mum i was sitting next to a man bottle feeding his toddler next to me and he had is back turned away from me as he was obviously very embarrassed which in turn made me uncomfortable but i knew that i had to feed my baby.
this is the only other changing place in my town and i was wondering if anyone else has encountered such problems?
hahaha you could be talking about my town, oh wait you are!
you forgot morrisons... they have a breastfeeding section within their baby changing area, it has a stool to sit on and looks like a school toilet plus they have the lovely blue led light to deter the junkies! as for their cafe the seats are set so no way can u get a baby fed discreatly!
anyways, thanks for ocming over on Saturday Baby O, looked all snug in her sling, think im going to get Lemonpop one... soz i missed today, just trying to sort out stuff with work...
think we need to get a petition going for better facilities...
_________________ ***Smart has the brains, Stupid has the balls. BE STUPID*** Breastfed for 33months. Every day spent breastfeeding is the best gift to you and your baby.