As the subject says, I'm trying to find out the best nappies for a heavy wetter for overnight. My bub is 4 weeks old and seems to wake himself up with a wet nappy a lot. If you have any suggestions/recommendations for nappies to use it would be great.
Currently we use MCN itti bitti and Naty disposables. Both don't seem to last longer than 3 hours and he sometimes wets through his clothes.
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06-10-2013 13:33 #1
Best disposable nappies for night time heavy wetter
06-10-2013 13:38 #2
Huggies... my dd used to cry at the slightest wet nappy until she was about 8 weeks. . Then I tried at night not changing her and she just got over it and settled. I tried baby love and aldi. .. but went back to huggies. They were the best.
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06-10-2013 13:39 #3
Hi my dd is 9 months but slept straight through the night at 3 weeks (yes I know very very lucky) shes always been in huggies and never had a wee problem. (A few explosions here and there) her nappy is always very heavy in the morning but her bottom has always been dry. I recommend trying huggies. I like them and woolies or Coles do sometimes have specials...
06-10-2013 13:41 #4
Another Huggies fan. We used a combination of cloth and disposable during the day, I like Aldi and Woolies Select ones. But night time is always Huggies.
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06-10-2013 13:41 #5
I always brought huggies. For both boys. When DS1 was in nappies around 2 years old and sleeping all night long, drinking lots- he very rarely wet through.
Now with DS2 they have got a new barrier in the sides and top back to avoid poo explosions going up his back. Has saves me lots of washing hehe.
06-10-2013 13:41 #6
Forgot to mention she would whinge at the littlest wetness at around the same age as ur lo but never woke at night so I'm guessing Lo might grow out of it and get used to it
06-10-2013 13:47 #7Senior Member
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Huggies all the way.
I've tried the other brands but the seem so much more soggy.
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