So my 6 month old has woken up in the morning totally soaked through....
I've only used Aldi nappies at night and have found them great but this last week he is wet through to his singleton and pajamas.
He goes to bed at 7.30pm and wakes about 8am so there isn't an opportunity to change him during the night and I don't really want to wake him just to change him.
Is there some other brand or something else I could be doing to help this? It doesn't seem to bother him but I hate the fact that he's wet and probably uncomfortable.
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19-06-2012 09:30 #1
19-06-2012 09:41 #2
I find babylove to be awesome overnight - I use the aldi nappies through the day.
Otherwise you could try modern cloth overnight - that's the only thing that would keep DS1 dry overnight.
I used a bamboo baby beehinds with extra boosting and a woolen cover.
19-06-2012 09:43 #3
My first son was like this. I used to put him in a Huggies nappy overnight with a home brand super pad lining the inside (the really thick ones for women), The nappy alone never held everything with him. Never had to do it with my second son though and the first still seems to go to the toilet alot more through the night than the second now and they are 7 and 6. I hear him get up at least once or twice a night and head to the bathroom where the other one holds on til the morning. Hope that helps. :-)
19-06-2012 09:48 #4Senior Member
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My son always wets thru too he is 21months and wears baby love nappies and almost every night he wets thru and usually wakes at 4.30am saturated he drinks alot during the day and has milk before bed so my guess is thats why it happens it's so frustrating having to change him every morning and the poor boy usually is shivering at that time of the morning.
19-06-2012 09:54 #5wishes she was a glow worm. A glow worm's never glum, 'cos how can you be grumpy when the sun shines out of your bum?
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my dd still has a issue with this. she is 2. i found that the coles brand (the one in green packaging) work wonders.
19-06-2012 10:06 #6
We use Aldi nappies during the day, but Huggies at night. I also go up a size when DS is about 1kg lighter than what the minimum suggested weight for the nappy is.
19-06-2012 10:10 #7
Ive tried em alllllllllllllllll and they r beyond a joke!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
bring on potty training!!!!!!!!!!!!!
19-06-2012 10:27 #8
Ok so maybe I'll try a few other brands and maybe go up a size?
He only has 4 bottles a day and doesn't want a bar of solids. I'm not sure why it's only been happening this last week though?
19-06-2012 11:15 #9
I always find it worse in the cold weather. Must make them go more often.
19-06-2012 14:51 #10
my dd does drink ALOT of water thru out the day and still has 3 cups of milk including one before bed at night. It's not like im going to reduce her fluid intake just because no one can invent a goddamn super soaker nappy for babies that wee alot and often. ffs, it's really a joke and ive spent $100's on mcn's and all the freaking best of the best disposables!
At night we are currently using 2 disposables (woolies brand) on top of eachother for o/night and although it might not be the best in terms of comfort, at least she's not sleeping in her wee!...for now anyways!
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