Rufus is soaking his night nappies (and day, but that's easier to sort out), and i'm not sure what we need to change.
He has a LLS med (2 x snap in boosters - don't know if that's standard or HW) which is prob the best we have. It is very wet in the morning, but his bum is fine. We have a WNNN Med that doesn't fit very well now, but used to be ok. Bedbugs were never a great fit on Rufus when he was smaller, wouldn't know where to start with them size-wise now.
We mostly use Bumbles with their own booster and a couple of flannels which used to work well altho quite bulky which Rufus doesn't seem to like
. But now they are drenched by morning and he interferes with the wrap and nippa and this morn he had unhooked the bottom nippa bit and he was soaked, jammies, our bedding, MY JAMMIES !!..
So can anyone advise ?
I want something really absorbant, trim (between the legs especially, not so bothered about sticking out bum
), poppers would prob be best as he will undo velcro and now nippas as well it seems
I think rather than him peeing more, he is prob peeing the same amount as before, but less frequently, so the nappy gets a big drenching. He may well be peeing a bit more tho as he is drinking a bit more now I come to think of it. What fabrics would be best if this is the case?
Also I find sizing very confusing - Med LLS good rise, but on the last snaps and a bit tight - WNNN Med, bit short in the rise, but loads of snaps left to grow into - Bumbles good fit all round, but too bulky between the legs now we need to boost so mouch.
Never tried a wild child or a puddlekins night nappy...
Thanks if anyone can help.