Miss_Purple wrote:rachymoo wrote:Well last night was same again she went to bed in a Little Lamb, about 11pm the crying started, I was getting up to her every 5 minutes, Then in the end she did a poo (which she never normally does at night, weird!) so I changed her and put a sposie on and she slept all night. Arrrgh. I don't want to have to keep buying disposables, I wanted her to be in cloth full time, but then I need sleep too, I have to be up for work 4 mornings a week! Just don't know what to do..
tbh that sounds like it was needing a poo that was waking her up. she might have slept all night in cloth after that too
Is it possible that you are doing up the cloth nappies more tightly than the sposies so she can't move around as much and having a poo is more difficult?
I thought that could be it but then it doesn't explain why she doesn't sleep in cloth any other night either? (as she doesn't normally poo at night but last night was a one off).
I haven't tried fleece yet, only have one fleece wrap at the mo (but going to get more when I've got some money) the rest are PUL, I might give fleece a go then. She doesn't actually have a rash or any digging in marks or anything though so i didn't think it would be because the cloth was irritating her, iykwim?
I wonder if it is that it's so much bulkier than sposies - she has a seriously massive bum when she goes to bed (fitted nappy, 2 extra inserts, fleece liner and wrap). Are dedicated night nappies a lot slimmer? I don't have any yet but I'm waiting on a WNNN, that will probably be a couple of weeks yet though. Do you need to boost WNNN or do they already have enough inserts/boosters in? I need to get some other night nappies to try out don't I - just so short of funds at the mo. Might have to sell some of my pretty nappies