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What do you use at night?

What do you use at night?

PUL wrap and nappy
2
15%
Wool wrap and nappy
10
77%
Fleece wrap and nappy
1
8%
A pocket or AIO
0
No votes
A disposable
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 13
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cherobanne
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Postby cherobanne » Sun Jun 10, 2007 8:17 pm

I use either a hemp/terry stuffie (stuffed with bamboo terry and EH hemp insert) or a bambeasy (same stuffing).
We were using NKFN longies but it's too hot now! Our woollywrap shorties aren't always completely reliable for the long stretch overnight but I'm using them until my new Pixie Knits shorties from Ali arrive!

Joanne

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Amanda
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Postby Amanda » Sun Jun 10, 2007 9:12 pm

I'm ashamed to say for the time being I'm using PUL :oops: I was using wool longies while we were away a couple of weeks ago, but the weather's turned so warm that I can't bring myself to put longies on him. Connor's always slept in a grobag, and I'm not sure how well he'd sleep out of it. Otherwise I'd just have him in his cot in PJ top and longies, with no covers. I really need to get round to buying some shorties or a soaker. I actually use my minki more often than my other night nappies, but I suppose it still has a sweaty PUL layer, so probably no different to nappy + PUL wrap.

Amanda x

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lilylover
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Postby lilylover » Sun Jun 10, 2007 9:55 pm

We use a bamboo baby beehind and either a wool soaker under pj's or some longies with a pj shirt. We used to only have four night nappies but with winter and the looooooong drying time we bought two more so we always have a couple dry :D .

Sam...

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Annette
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Postby Annette » Mon Jun 11, 2007 10:29 pm

We use wool but are in the process of finding that elusive night nappy as we have found our faithful Huggles are rubbing Charlotte's legs and giving her a bit of a rash. Baby Beehinds have worked well but are too faffy as they are not fleece lined or have a pocket so we have bought a Hemp Stuffie, will see how that goes.

Annette

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Shevi
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Postby Shevi » Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:22 am

maybe try a bambeasy too, it is softer than the stuffie, but a similar shape, only pocket is at front while pocket is at back on stuffie, also is fleece lined with pocket.
hope you find the magical nappy
Shevi

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babyroo
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Postby babyroo » Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:53 am

Yes bambeasy would be good as it is so soft and you can fit loads of boosting in. Have you tried a quick flip?

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clothmama
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Postby clothmama » Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:19 am

I always use a wool wrap, I've got a few homemade ones, botty jumpers, shorties and longies. Nappy wise I have a stuffie adn a hemp/terry stuffie and a homemade similar to hemp/terry stuffie and 2 bumbles and a huggle that I never use now (will use my quick flip or babybeehinds bamboo in preference!). Must get on and sell it. I generally boost with hemp and mf cloth.

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ericaj1
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Postby ericaj1 » Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:52 am

I have 3 night nappies, a jumbebum a happy hempy and a snuggle nap. I usually use wool over it homemade longies or soaker or a merino soaker or if DF does his bedtime bum he puts him in a fleece wrap.

Ericax

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Annette
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Postby Annette » Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:48 pm

Yes I do have a Quickflip but I really need a fleece lined pocket for nighttime as I find it too faffy to add boosting an liner otherwise. May have to get a Bambeasy next. MMmmm nappy shopping is endless.

Annette

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