I'm new to all this and so far have got very lost with all the abbreviations, so bear with me!
I used cloth nappies for my first daughter, but stuck to one brand (Swaddlebees organic velour two-part, using a Motherease wrap) and have never had any problems with leaking, even overnight.
I'm now using cloth again for my second daughter, who is nine weeks old, but she is obviously a completely different shape to my first little girl and the swaddlebees don't fit her - gaping at the legs. Is this just a shape thing, or could it be becuase the swaddlebees have been so well used?
I've tried out some pocket nappies, and really like them (I can see this site is going to be very dangerous, as I am now completely addicted to nappy shopping!). However, she leaked really badly in a Totsbots fluffles last night. I had good success with a BG V3 (no leaks even overnight). Can anyone recommend a good night nappy? And can anyone explain why I shouldn't use pockets at night? I don't mind using a two-part one at night if that's better, but do you think she will grow into the Swaddlebees or should I try something else?
As I only ever used Swaddlebees with my first daughter, I'm now a bit overwhelmed with all the choice!
Thanks (and sorry for so many questions!!)
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