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    Hm I wonder why they don't sell the overnight nappies in Aus? We use Aldi nappies for nights and never have leakage probs, but my sister swears by Babylove.

    Otherwise it might be worth looking into a hardcore cloth night nappy (like Sandmans). Hope you have some luck with the Huggies overnighters.

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    Just ordered mine now, took me forever to get through the checkout though - I wanted two boxes but didn't read the fine print that there was only 1 left haha.It said estimated delivery between 13th August to 27th August - hopefully sooner. I got some "huggies drynites" from the shops today for age 4+ but I'm hoping that the nappy underneath with bulk him up, so fingers crossed for a dry night tonight. Good luck to everyone!Millsmum not sure about the other huggies, that would be a bargain though!

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    I know it's a few months down the track now... But how did everyone go with the new nappies? Mine finally arrived and he STILL peed through, I thought I was going to cry hahaha. But I've tried a few other things since then and finally found something that works for my super pee-er! I use a normal huggies as the first layer and then use huggies dry nights pants for toilet trained older boys as the top layer. Works a treat now. How'd everyone else go?

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    Default Night Time Nappy Dramas

    No good here either I totally know what you mean about wanting to cry! After waiting for them to get here and then still waking up wet, it was very disappointing lol.

    Ll give your idea a try though!!


 

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