Back when Mazzy was just a wee thing, changing her was more a novelty than a chore. Once you got the hang of it, you felt almost proud of your increasing agility with those little flip tabs. We have a dresser we use as a changing table and we put one of those foam contoured changing pads on top. There were two straps on the bottom of the pad that looked like they were meant to attach the pad to the dresser but since we had come up with the ingenious idea of putting a Rubbermaid mat underneath the pad so it wouldn't slip and felt no need to attach the pad officially, I cut those stupid straps off. 

Flash forward to present day. Not only does Mazzy hate to be changed, but she has developed these ridiculous back muscles so that when you pick up her feet, she arches her back in the air and spins herself towards the wall so that literally only the top of her head is touching the table and you are stuck with her ass in your face, wondering how the hell you are ever going to get a diaper on it. If only there was something attached to the foam changing pad that could strap her down!!!  What? Oh… right. 

contoured changing pad