The GAP at 15th and Walnut Streets is like the mecca of shopping for me these days. Not because I'm so, so, so in love with GAP clothing. I'm not, although I have to admit, it's great for supplying your summer wardrobe. And your maternity wardrobe actually. The aisles are wide enough for the stroller and it's never too crowded (with the exception of Christmas-time).
But I digress. The GAP at this particular location is the mecca of shopping for me because it's one store where I can shop for both myself AND the baby, it's stroller-friendly and best of all, there's a changing room outside the restroom that services as a changing station.
Well, it's officially a changing station at all. It's supposed to be the men's changing room, but I was in there once when my baby was only a few weeks old, and the staff offered the room and a place to sit while my husband shopped. Since then, I've popped in there to change the kiddo when we're out and about (always careful to clean the area when finished). I figure since about 80% of my kid's wardrobe comes from the GAP, it's not too much of an inconvenience.
The men's and kids' sections are on the second floor and there is an elevator near the back of the store. And while, I may stick to GAP t-shirts and jeans, I think just about all their kids' clothes are adorable. Extra bonus: the clothes all go sale regularly, so I usually wait a couple of weeks and pay half price for all those super cute khakis and onesies. I've found that their baby clothes run pretty true to size and hold up well to multiple washings.