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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Can you change her before you go to bed while she's sleeping?
    ^^^This is what we used to do with one of ours around that age.

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    Thanks everyone. It's a long term issue and was an issue when she was in smaller daytime nappies. We went up to the bigger nappies and suddenly she slept better & longer ... but that only lasted a few weeks .

    Looks like I could be spending a fortune on nappies to try & solve this problem! We've tried babylove previously and I found them about the same as huggies. I might try comfy bots.

    I've put her in girls pull-ups for 17kg+ for tonight and we'll see what happens. They are so thin I don't think they are going to work. I also bought boys 16kg+ huggies nappies to try as well. Sounds like experimenting is the way to go.

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    I remember seeing someone a while ago say they used to use two nappies, one over the other but the one nearest to bub was cut in the middle a bit.

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    i think changing bub before you go to bed yourself is a great idea as said PP

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    No time to read all replies but we found the biggest size Snugglers the only ones that DS didn't leak through.

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    Thanks everyone. The 17kg+ pull-ups are working well at keeping her dry. Wish it was promoting longer sleep, but it's not, if anything she's sleeping less, but at least we know it's not cause she's wet!


 

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