How to Assemble Graco Pack ‘n Play Playard with Newborn Napper Station LX

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Today we are going to review the Graco Pack N Play with a Newborn napper LX station. It is a portable playard, It is the San Marino Collection so it is gender neutral. It has the moses basket and also the diaper changing station and you can get rid of those when your baby is too big for it. We are going to put it together and see how easy it is to put it together.graco-pack-n-play-with-a-newborn-napper-lx-station

It also has a music player and I don’t know if it vibrates but we will find out. And then I will do a real review after I have got a chance to use it a few times. Alright, I have everything already out and let’s see how it works.  Okay it took us a little while and I am all sweaty to did that lol.

We put together the pack and play. This is how it is going to be set up. We have the changing table It seems pretty sturdy, it doesn’t move or give at all. It has a little area for diapers and a wipe container. We have a sound machine that can click off easily. It has a nightlight on the other side. It just needs batteries. Then we have a bassinet. It is also pretty firm and comes with a little pillow, I don’t know if I like that. Then there is this cheap little mobile.

It can move back and is easy to click off but is kind of cheaply made but it works. The mattress for this play pen isn’t very thick but we can change that as well. So all in all, I am exhuasted! But it is a good pack n play. I think it is a better travel system when you are not using this changing table and bassinet You can just pack it up and go instead of taking them off and also having to pack them. At the bottom there is a red cord you just pull up to fold it closed and it comes with a case. You can take it on road trips, weekends at Grandma’s, whatever you need.

 

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