So until every restroom is an all-gender restroom, take pleasure in knowing that men’s rooms will be required to have changing tables thanks to the Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation Act, or BABIES Act. (Yeah, we’re not sure what the second “B” stands for either.)
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The bill was sponsored by Rep. David N. Cicilline, who noted that there were no baby-changing tables at all in the Rayburn House Office Building. So unless he was misinformed, the image of men handing off changing duties to women because their restrooms were equipped for the job isn’t quite accurate.
Changing tables are useful pieces of baby furniture that parents can use to store diapers, baby wipes, and other baby items for their newborn baby. In this episode of Gear Daddy, Daddy Troy suggests a changing table diy project for dads where you mount a changing pad onto an existing dresser in your house. This project is a money saving alternative to traditional baby changing tables.