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    My DS was like this. I used Huggies at night and when he would start to wet through it generally meant going up a size.

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    So I bought the next size up today so we"ll see tomorrow morning if that works. If not I'll try the.double nappy.

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    You can try putting them in extra clothing or covers on the bed, it can be the cold weather making them wee more. We also used to use one size bigger nappy at night at well, but the extra warmth really seems to help.

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    We use bonds baby tails over the nappy as it holds the nappy against ds' body. Iykwim I find it leaks through the top

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raising Leprechauns View Post
    My DS was like this. I used Huggies at night and when he would start to wet through it generally meant going up a size.
    This for me too

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    Yay!!! The larger size nappy worked! So happy to find my bub not soaked through this morning.

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    For those with girls try huggies boys nappies. DD is a tummy sleeper so would leak out the front top of her nappy. The boys nappies have extra padding there and worked wonders for us :-)

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    Bugger he wet through again last night even with the larger nappy!!

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