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Advice/ recommendations for Ai1/Ai2's for 18mth old

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Advice/ recommendations for Ai1/Ai2's for 18mth old

Postby luckydog_jd » Sat Oct 22, 2011 2:02 pm

Hi,
In the last few weeks my 18mth old daughter seems to be out peeing her Ai1/Ai2 nappies. I thought it was a one off with an old nappy but now I'm sure it's more a case of she is producing more or storing it up and doing it on one go. I have stripped all my nappies in the hope this will increase their absorbency but no luck.

At the moments I use a combination of fitted ( mainly ME Sandies) and Ittti bitti's/ Holdens Landing Ai2/Ai1's. The boosted Sandies seem to be holding up at the moment, but my itti's and HL aren't cutting it.
I would still like to to use some nappies that don't require a wrap so am in search of an alternative.

She is currently in a M/L HL and a M itti, these are a good fit on her. Not sure of her weight but she was 16mths before she reached 9KG so she isn't heavy. Her build is long and thin so I do find she gets leg gape on some nappies especially pockets, but I'm willing to give them a go as they would offer more flexibility for boosting.

Any advice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Jane

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Re: Advice/ recommendations for Ai1/Ai2's for 18mth old

Postby little1 » Sun Oct 23, 2011 3:26 am

Hi, have you tried organic flips, they work well on my 21mth DD who is close to PT so holds her wees.

Also you could try something with a microfibre top layer to absorb the wee more quickly?? the bamboo in the ittis is v absorbant but doesn't absorb that quickly if they do a big wee it just leaks out the sides IYSWIM.

HTH :hug:

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Re: Advice/ recommendations for Ai1/Ai2's for 18mth old

Postby luckydog_jd » Sun Oct 23, 2011 12:16 pm

I hadn't thought about using a microfibre insert. We do it with her night nappies so don't know why it hadn't occurred to me to do it during the day.

Thanks for the advice.
Jane


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