DD has been out of daytime nappies for over a year now, but only reliably dry for about a month or so. (she's 3 next week).
She is still in nappies at night, and although she keeps asking not to wear one, and they are getting drier, she is still wet at night, and doesn't even wake up when she wets. she doesn't nap often, but if she does she is dry.
she is big (2st 10lb) and tall- she's in age 4-5 clothes, so her large night nappies are getting very tight. She has two junior bedbugs which fit well.
I wanted to get her some cloth pull-ups so she could go to the toilet herself if she wanted (as she can't undo her wool covers/nappies herself) but I can't find anything suitable except on Etsy which means importing from the US and at least a 3 week wait.
MIL bought some disposable pyjama pants yesterday so as soon as DD saw them she wanted to wear them (darn butterfly/star patterns
They are just over £3 for 10, so I'm torn with what to do. Do I sell her night-time cloth and wool and move to pyjama pants which she seems happy in, but risk that it could be months or even years before she is dry at night, or do I stick with nappies, invest in some more junior sizes and wool but realise they may not be used for long, or do I bite the bullet and order the cloth-pull ups (which will cost approx the same as 6 months worth of disposable ones)?
She has been in cloth since 10 days old and I really hate sposies, but I am trying to be sensible and make the decision which will be easiest for everyone.