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The cheers for the Canberra Centre baby change rooms?

By johnboy 13 January 2009 28

Over on the MumsWeb there’s a brief but heartfelt hymn of praise to the rooms for changing babies in the Canberra Centre.

    The change room in the canberra centre is so nice and so clean it even has a chair for babies about 6months plus to sit in so you can feed them food and that it lovely 🙂

Babychangers of RiotACT (not just mums right?), do you agree?

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peterh 11:15 am 14 Jan 09

emd said :

“don’t cross the streams”!

LOL!

thanks, I will try to remember that!

emd 10:45 am 14 Jan 09

“don’t cross the streams”!

peterh 10:32 am 14 Jan 09

emd said :

Granny said :

It’s also good for those wild, adrenaline-charged, extreme toilet training moments when the kid in question is just not going to make it all the way through a department store and down the corridor to the Canberra Centre facilities.

Extreme toilet training… now there’s a sport that’s not for amateurs…

try it with twins. I am.

emd 10:22 am 14 Jan 09

Granny said :

It’s also good for those wild, adrenaline-charged, extreme toilet training moments when the kid in question is just not going to make it all the way through a department store and down the corridor to the Canberra Centre facilities.

Extreme toilet training… now there’s a sport that’s not for amateurs…

peterh 9:38 am 14 Jan 09

Igglepiggle said :

emd said :

there’s no way I’m giving my baby his lunch in a room that smells like a toilet. I do it in the cafe while I have my own lunch, all nice and civilised (and time-saving – gets both of us fed at once).

Absolutely- I love that poster which has the cute baby on it and the caption “You wouldn’t eat your lunch in the toilet”

Fed my squalling newborn in the queue at Woolies Tuggeranong once. Stopped the crying pretty quickly.

and shut up the tut tutters too, i bet.

BerraBoy68 7:22 pm 13 Jan 09

VYBerlinaV8_the_one_they_all_copy said :

There’s nothing quite so funny as when you’re in a public dunny somewhere, and someone comes charging in ripping their strides off, and sits down just in time to be greeted by a massive, wet tearing sound, as their bowels void as though vacuumed by an industrial pool cleaner.

Ah chilli, you spice my life in so many ways.

ROFLMAO!

Igglepiggle 7:18 pm 13 Jan 09

emd said :

there’s no way I’m giving my baby his lunch in a room that smells like a toilet. I do it in the cafe while I have my own lunch, all nice and civilised (and time-saving – gets both of us fed at once).

Absolutely- I love that poster which has the cute baby on it and the caption “You wouldn’t eat your lunch in the toilet”

Fed my squalling newborn in the queue at Woolies Tuggeranong once. Stopped the crying pretty quickly.

Granny 1:39 pm 13 Jan 09

The Myer one is often fairly quiet so is also good if you’re dead tired, the kids are dead tired, and everybody just needs to sit down for ten minutes and rest.

It’s also good for those wild, adrenaline-charged, extreme toilet training moments when the kid in question is just not going to make it all the way through a department store and down the corridor to the Canberra Centre facilities.

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