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  1. #11
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    Mar 2011
    Oh, we went through a few months of that too, so frustrating!!

    I don't recommend pull ups - they are less absorbent than normal nappies imo.

    Have you tried a bigger size of disposable - I went up a size at night only, and found that helped. I would not be limiting fluids, I would hate to go to bed thirsty.

    I have a couple of sheet protectors that go over the top of the sheets that I used for toilet training (brolley sheets, but am sure there are other brands too). This means that I don't have to change the sheets all the time, just the protector.

  2. #12
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    What type of MCN's are you using? I've just switched from using my AIO to a night nappy. So far so good. She is a tummy sleeper as well.


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