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Shaunie wrote:..........and where to buy from.
I really need more night nappies for my heavy wetter. We currently use M/L & toddler bedbugs which work fine for us. WNNN do not work at all, we get leaks with them
Which nappy would you recommend and where can I get them from? Getting really desperate now as DS1 has decided to wear cloth NN instead of his eco pull-ups & I 'lost' another nappy in a swap (woman never exchanged but I did)
weefywoo wrote:LLS nappies are great not sure of the turn around on custom ones but I know Jabula have some in stock
to you not getting your nappy
Shaunie wrote:Do you know how big the LLS's are in a large compared to a bedbug?
zoeyboo wrote:Shaunie wrote:Do you know how big the LLS's are in a large compared to a bedbug?
Rufus was in a M or M/L Bedbug & is in M LLS ... I would recommend the LLS, although once you've added the boosting/Zorb for a heavy wetter they are one of the most expensive NN's around, but are SO much slimmer than a BB and much more absorbant (we had to sell all our BB's as they weren't working for us due to the MF content). The wait can be a while though, but Beth may have some instock or as pp said, Jabula have a few.
megansmummy wrote:Night nappies are a tough one...
I have a LLS on loan at the moment and its the most absorbant type and i find it wetter in the morning than my WNNN's (i got it new from beth though as pass a nappy so its only ben washed twice now).
about your exchange though, i have done a few on here and always worry about nappies not turning up, so sorry hun
weefywoo wrote:M/L bedbugs are fine on the rise for Imogen but no good on the waist where as an LLS lrg does right up onto the tightest snaps so if you ds is good in a M\L I would probably go for a Medium as the sizing is more forgiving