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    I always change the nappy if she has done a poo. DD would always wake up if she had anyway, so I would know.

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    I always changed his nappy because sooner or later he would wake up crying because of a pooey nappy. I always got him up straight away because if I left it and procrastinated on wether I would wake him and he slept even a little bit..... he would treat it as a cat nap and be harder to get back to sleep if that makes sense. DS always used to do it

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    My little girl doesn't fuss if she has a dirty one and is asleep, only when she is awake.. But thanks for the replies it makes me feel better to know I should be waking her up now! I always feel bad! Poor little things I wouldn't like to be woken up to have to be stripped half naked


 

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