Ashton Kutcher has no place to change his daughter's diaper - and he's annoyed
New dad Ashton Kutcher gets frustrated by public restrooms too!
Ashton Kutcher (Facebook)
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If you've ever wondered if celebrities suffer from the same annoyances that regular humans do, then wonder no further.

Ashton Kutcher, who became a dad in October 2014, to a baby girl named Wyatt recently experienced the same frustration that many parents suffer from every day.

No, he isn't complaining about lack of sleep or the constant repeat of Barney.

Ashton took his little daughter out for the day and couldn't find a suitable place to change her diaper.

He was annoyed enough to share his frustration on his Facebook page which has almost 19 million Likes.

Well you may not care for Ashton or his opinions, it is noble of him to mention an issue that so many parents battle with every day.

And with a reach like his, perhaps he could be the start of an actual change.



Until designers and architects realise that dads are parents too and start including changing rooms for ALL parents, here are a few tips for changing your baby on the go when there's no changing table on hand.

How to change a diaper on the go

1. Along with wet wipes, always have a portable changing pad (or at least a baby blanket/towel) on hand. Keep it in your diaper bag so that you're never caught off guard.

2. Plastic bags are a saving grace. If they're scented that's even better! Get rid of that smelly nappy as soon as possible.

3. It may take some practice but depending on how skilled you are and how small your baby is, it's completely possible to change your little one on your lap. If you have a big or particularly busy baby, this probably won't work.

4. Many parents change their babies in the car. It can be a bit of an ache for you because of the cramped working space, but at least you know it's clean.

5. If you have a large pram or stroller that can fold flat, it makes for a great changing spot. Put down the changing pad in case of any spills or mess and there you have it - a changing table on wheels (but be sure to lock the wheels).

What are your frustrations when out with your baby? Share with us below.

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