What nappies do you use at night? And how long do they last between changes?
DS is in Itti Bitti tuttos and we are using all 3 of the inserts. The nappy is usually soaking and starting to leak (usually around the legs) after 5 hours.
He's started to do some 7-8 hour sleeps at night so I'd love to find a nappy that lasts the distance.
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15-11-2011 11:20 #1Senior Member
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night time nappies
15-11-2011 11:24 #2
We used BBH Magicalls with green kids hour glass inserts + 2 mini's, didnt change them & didnt leak.
ONly time they leaked was if i changed AFTER breakfast & not BEFORE.
15-11-2011 11:27 #3
SHP sandmans. We use both the heavy wetter and regular. Used with a woollen cover. Last over 12 hours, no leaks ever unless the woolies need to be lanolised.
17-11-2011 00:14 #4
BBH night nappies with wool or Thirsties PUL cover, or an Itti Bitti Boo with cover.
At the moment though I prefer to use a Bumboo toddler sized bamboo flat with snappi and a Kissaluvs wool cover. Or a bamboo prefold with an extra smaller tri-folded prefold inside. The flats fit a little less bulky though.
21-11-2011 21:49 #5
Out of all the different nappies we have, the only nappy my 12wk old DD doesn't wet through at night are Pop-in originals which I got from Daily Baby Buys a while ago. She sleeps 7:30pm - 5am and then wakes for a feed. I change her before the feed but use the same cover, just take the soggy soakers out and snap the trifold in (each Pop-in comes with 2 soakers and a trifold) then she goes back to bed til about 8:30am and then I just chuck it all in the nappy bucket. She hasn't wet through yet ...hope I haven't jinxed myself!
I've also been told that Issy Bear & Sandman have good night nappies.
20-12-2011 12:01 #6
Yep LOVE my Sustainable Hemp Products Sandman Night nappies So absorbent and great fit
20-12-2011 12:24 #7
I use BBH multis and I bought the extra boosters to use over night... It didn't work, DD2 still leaked as my kids are heavy wetters!! So I decided just to use huggies for over night. I got sick of wet bub and having to change sheets etc.
My DS is the same and he also uses huggies over night.
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