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    Default Help with nappies

    My ds is 5 months old, approx 8kg. We use Huggies 6-11kg and EVERY MORNING his poo leaks out the side of the nappy!!
    Ps: this even happened with snuggles and baby love.

    WTF do I do????

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    Get the next size up in nappies :-)

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    Really? But this has been happening for weeks, so even when he was 7kg. I have some aldi nappies that I haven't opened yet, they tend to be bigger. Maybe ill try them. Thank

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    I would try the next size up too As long as they arent huge on bubba ofcourse

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    Is it his overnight nappy? If it is it is probably too full to hold the poo.. We always use the next size up for overnight and try and change before the morning poo..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bun View Post
    Is it his overnight nappy? If it is it is probably too full to hold the poo.. We always use the next size up for overnight and try and change before the morning poo..

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    Yes that's right. I'll try the aldi as they are bigger and when I get to the shops I'll try the size up huggies for bed time.

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    Goodluck
    Ds always used to poo before he got up but now he has gotten a bit older he will usually go within the first hour or so of being awake.

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