Baby Room Review - The School Jaya One

~ Posted on Friday, March 21, 2014 at 8:14 AM ~

I hope you enjoy reading my baby room review as much as I enjoy sneaking in my camera along with my baby and sheepishly taking pictures during the nursing session hehehehe.... Today's post is in this newly opened mall called 'The School' in Jaya One, Petaling Jaya. There's nothing much to see when we went there, some educational shops here and there, lots of nice and cute alphabets decoration (F for Fly, U for UFO, N for ninja) that I took the opportunity to test our 5 years old boy.

Anyway, as a breastfeeding mother of 3, my hubby happily told me there's a nursing room nearby after he got back from bringing our boy to the toilet. So I went to check out the nursing room since I was due to nurse our 5 months old Carolyn anyway hehehe...


Location: I apologised as I did not take note which floor was the nursing room located at, but it was near the big shop selling lots and lots of bicycles, trikes, strollers, toys etc. Signage pointing to the nursing room is easy to locate. From far you will notice the automatic sliding door into the baby room.

Once you stepped into the baby room, on the left hand side you will see a small toilet for children, good for those in potty training stage. Next to it is the nursing room, there's a door which you can close and lock (though the lock was not working when I was using the room). There's a few platform for diaper changing statio and a sink next to them.  

Facilities: Dustbin, mirror, sink, handwash liquid, paper towel dispenser right next to the sink, electrical outlets, some diaper changing station, 1 comfy sofa and some more electrical outlets in the nursing room.

Comfort Level: The room is comfortably lit and cosy (picture above of me nursing our 5 months old Carolyn), room size is just nice  though I feel it can do with another sofa to make full use of the room space. Probably add in some nice wall paper deco or some magazines for the nursing mums to read or browse through? Just some suggestions...

Oh, and one more thing, while I was nursing, I noticed a loose screw at the corner near the door and some cracks on the wall near the floor, looks moldy from where I sat. The nursing room could do with a little bit more improvements, otherwise it is comfortable enough for a nursing mum.


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