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LizJM wrote:I use pockets at night - I find they breath better than a fitted with a wrap. But I am finding that I can just boost the day nappies and still get a decent fit, so I am not sure if I would need anything extra for night. My BG has both regular and NB boosters in, plus a hemp booster.
TBH I have no idea why that works as DD is a pretty heavy wetter!! And I have no idea why she does better in that than a PUL over a fitted. That cause horrid rashes as they nappy was just too wet in the morning despite no leaks.
My Mum is currently knitting me my first wool soaker to try though - I do think that PUL isn't the best for a 12 hr nappy.
Miss_Purple wrote:I wouldn't use an Aio, Ai2, pocket nappy, fleece or pul wrap at night, but that's because I love fitteds and wool. I like pretty nappies though, and buy embroidered/coloured night nappies. WNNN are perfect for us though so I wouldn't spend more on night nappies than they cost. A dedicated night nappy shop sounds good though.