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Night nappy help please

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katebeer
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Night nappy help please

Postby katebeer » Thu Jan 28, 2010 4:40 pm

I'm on my second child in cloth but fancying a change! My dd was in fitted the whole time and minki huggles at night but have made the move to pockets for my son. Not saying i necessarily want to use these at night but want to try something different at night and would love some advice. He is a big chunky 6 month old and a very very heavy wetter. Any advice??

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cvdbout
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Re: Night nappy help please

Postby cvdbout » Thu Jan 28, 2010 5:24 pm

My DS was a heavy wetter, and until he was maybe 10/11 months we used very well stuffed wonderoos overnight, but then it got that the stuffing was causing leaks, so we switched to 'proper' night nappies and wraps and cant say I've looked back. I was going to use pockets overnight for DD, but she pee's more than my son did so we've got her some night nappies that should do her a year or so.

Just now we use upsy daisy night nappies, and wee notions. We use pockets every other time.

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Frances
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Re: Night nappy help please

Postby Frances » Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:17 pm

Slinki Minkis are good for heavy wetters at night. Standard Minkis are even bigger but I couldn't get a good fit with them. Baby Beehinds Magic-Alls are also good

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fluffycabbage
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Re: Night nappy help please

Postby fluffycabbage » Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:25 pm

Frances wrote:Slinki Minkis are good for heavy wetters at night. Standard Minkis are even bigger but I couldn't get a good fit with them. Baby Beehinds Magic-Alls are also good

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charlibunny
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Re: Night nappy help please

Postby charlibunny » Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:55 pm

*whispers* Weenotions night notion :giggle:


Or a Standard minki :mrgreen:


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