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    I haven't had any trouble with the newborn ones. I also use the toddler ones and have had a few leaks.

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    I've been using them overnight for 2 years and the last box I bought are leaking no idea why we've never had a problem before they aren't even full when they start to leak. Ladies who use aldi nappies how long do they last for you overnight? DS sleeps from 5pm-7am and I can't change him overnight as he will wake and be up for hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley595 View Post
    I've been using them overnight for 2 years and the last box I bought are leaking no idea why we've never had a problem before they aren't even full when they start to leak. Ladies who use aldi nappies how long do they last for you overnight? DS sleeps from 5pm-7am and I can't change him overnight as he will wake and be up for hours
    Both of my kids slept through from around 10 weeks, and I never woke them to change them. They last the 12 hours that DS sleeps without any leaks.

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    My little man is just out of new born nappies.
    Huggies leaked almost every time during the day but only one or twice at night.
    I found it was the position of his willy. I had to make sure it was down not to one side.
    I would always find the nappy empty just wet on one side.

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    YES!
    I used Huggies with DS (now 8) and they were great so with my new bubba I went and stocked up on Huggies and they are crap! Even DP was complaining about them. To be honest, the Coles brand nappies (had a pack given to us by a friend) are better than the Huggies which I was shocked about. Yesterday DP ahd enough and went out and bought some Wollies brand ones to see how they are and they fit much better than Huggies. Huggies seems to have gotten slimmer and it just doesnt fit right.

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    I used to be a huggies snob but with dd2 I tried the coles brand and they were great & by surprise the Woolworths home brand were great too.
    She is quiet small and was next to nothing so maybe that helped with bub #3 I'm planing on saving my $$$ and try the cheaper brands first

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    Had constant issues with leaking nappies with Huggies and I changed to Baby Love and haven't looked back. No issues with leakage at all.

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    I only ever had issues with huggies with mine and now just use coles or woolies cheap brands and never had an issue with them leaking plus with the price difference yeah ill take the cheap non leaking ones anyday over the expensive leaking Huggies ones



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    I found huggies OK for containing wee, but they could NOT handle poo explosions! I switched to baby love and they are much better at containing everything.

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    Suddenly very glad I only got given a couple of small packets of huggies at my baby shower, ive brought snugglers, used them for my older 2 and cant complain about them!

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