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    Default For those who use BBH's night nappy...

    Does the nappy wick away the wetness from the skin?

    I am after a nappy that will keep the moisture away from my bubs skin (don't want to turn to disposables for night), we're using IB D'lish at the mo, and while they are fantastic and haven't had a leak, they are not absorbent enough to last through the night (bub wakes up) so we have to do a change halfway through the night...

    So, would BBH's do the trick?

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    I use the BBH night nappies on my son. Yes they have a fleece stay-dry layer on top of the snap-in soaker, and do keep my son quite dry. The best thing u can do is use it paired with a good wool cover, as it lets the skin breathe and allows some of the moisture to evaporate out. They work really great.

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    Thanks I have one coming, and if I like it I'll get some more. Now just have to find some wool covers.

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    I use Issy Bears. They are a pocket nappy OSFM so no need to buy multiple sizes and no need for a separate cover. They easily last through the night on my 16 month old who has wet through Pampers disposables. He wakes up nice and dry with no redness and they hold in a big morning poo too (sorry TMI). At the moment I have two covers and five lots of inserts so also very economical because the covers dry quickly. I bought a BBH night nappy a while back but never used it because my DS was waking at night back then and I couldn't be sure if it was because of using cloth. I also didn't know what cover to use and the nappy looked so bulky I thought he would be uncomfortable. He has since grown out of it so ill probably sell it. They do get good reviews though so I hope they work well for you too. I can't rave enough about Issy Bear nappies though and can't keep it to myself lol. I wish I'd found them sooner.


 

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