Question about Baby Gear
When my kids
outgrew the changing table, we simply removed the changing pad and used it as a
dresser to store their clothes, which didn't cost a cent!
When my kids outgrew the changing table, we simply removed the changing pad and used it as a dresser to store their clothes, which didn't cost a cent!
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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They used to be next to the desk in the study or library of a house in the preindustrial era and also in the early industrial era. During the industrial revolution, draftsmanship became a job so only those working in the field had these tables and they were no longer found in people's private homes. They were no longer built from wood and brass but rather from steel and plastic.
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