The Ah Goo Baby The Plush Pad - Retro Daisy has redefined its product category as the only hybrid changing station that is comfortable enough for both permanent and portable use. This mom-invented product incorporates a lush memory foam cushion (over a half inch thick), providing superior comfort and support for baby while still enabling ultimate portability for the on-the-go parent with a patented rolling design (22 inch x 22 inch square dimension when open and 10 inch x 3 inch cylinder when closed). Parents make a huge investment into their child's nursery to achieve both comfort and style. With today's active lifestyles, parents are looking for that same comfort and style while away from the nursery and on-the-go. The Plush Pad® satisfies that desire, which sets it way apart from the rest. Sure, there are portable vinyl and plastic pads available in all sorts of gimmicky shapes or that come in your diaper bag as a freebie, but they are all still cold, hard, and meant to be wiped down with a sponge. The Plush Pad® is soft, warm, water-repellent and machine washable! Style meets practical. Baby meets plush.
The patented design is built similar to a traditional pillow, in that the high-density memory foam acts as the cushioning, a water repellant taslin fabric covers the pillow protecting it from accidents, and the two are then slipped into the outer cover. The center piece of the Plush Pad® covers the memory foam pillow (which is where most of your baby’s body will rest) with a fold on either side that together acts as an extended barrier for your baby’s arms and legs. When you are finished with each changing, you simply snap the folds together, roll it up, and secure it with the woven elastic loops.
- For daily outings as a staple in a diaper bag or back of a stroller;
- In the home 24/7 as a second station (or perhaps as the only changing surface for those looking to conserve space in smaller living environments);
- Taken on trips as a cherished changing surface in hotel rooms, stays with the grandparents, and any other long term travel;
- During tummy time; and Infant/parent classes when the baby begins to practice lifting their weight up with their arms or just needs a soft spot to exercise or relax.