My DS is in cloth nappies in the daytime and disposables at night. He is 15 months. I'm considering switching to cloth at night too but I'm very nervous of this as he still feeds twice a night (more when teething) and we get through 2 sized 5 disposables each night currently - I usually have to change at the first feed around 1 or 2am otherwise he wets through. Even though we're using the biodegradable ones, I hate all that waste and would like to switch to cloth if it's going to work.
I've had a look on other posts and it seems that Little Gumnut All Hourse are recommended although they seem to be £28 to buy new! We don't have a tumble drier so I'm guessing I'll need at least 2 or 3 of these. This is obviously a significant investment, especially if they end up leaking!
Has anyone else made a similar journey from disposables to cloth at night and what would your advice be?
Thank you for posting this, Laura. I came on to post a similar question then found yours
My DS is 10 months and in BG V4 limited edition prints (weirdly they fit better than regular V4!) during the day. I don't like stuffing more in them at night (I already use hemp) because they don't fit well at the legs. I have been using One life with PUL as I bought a few before having my DD but didn't use them much. I don't like his skin being wet in the morning though so would prefer something that takes the wet away from his skin. He's not a particularly heavy wetter so I wondered if I should try Little Gumnut or is there something else that may be worth a go? Any suggestions would be appreciated especially of things that are really quick and easy to put on as he's a wriggler!
Sorry for hijacking your post Laura - you just asked a really good question