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    So...my DS is 3months and still wakes in the middle of night (either side of 12am) for a feed then wakes again @ 5am. In regards to nappies, I've experimented a bit and ive noticed in most cases if I dnt change his nappy at the midnight feed, he will wake up in the morning with wet clothes. He uses Huggies- infants... My question is, for those babies of similar age who sleep through 7pm-7am do your babies wet their clothes??? Sorry if this sounds silly/stupid...

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    I can leave a huggies on all night with no leaks. But I always use a size bigger than the weight range listed. Try going up to crawler?

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    Thanks, I might go next size up- after the big box of nappies that DH just bought last night haha. Might just get some crawlers for nights n try that...

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    I used to put a woollen nappy cover (one of those old fashioned knitted soakers) over the top of the nappy, that way it could hold so much more and if it did leak you couldn't tell and the clothes wouldn't get wet.....
    Dd never properly slept through but at least I never had to change a wet nappy and clothes at night.

    Edit: you should find once they are sleeping through (lucky!) that as they are not feeding at night they are less wet anyway
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