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    Default WWYD? Sleeping baby in wet/dirty nappy...

    Would you change the nappy on your bub, a newborn, who is sleeping soundly, but has a wet/dirty disposable nappy? Or would you wait until she wakes up and complains about it?

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    My DS is 9 weeks old and if he has poo'd then I change it, sleeping or not. I can't stand the thought of him sitting in a dirty nappy.

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    A wet one I would leave but I'd change a dirty one.


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    I managed to change them in their cot while they slept. Still do at 13 months. I slip a towel underneath and use minimal light. I always felt in dilemma about this so it was a good compromise for me. Only with poohs mind you. I left wet nappies and used good brand disposables so they've never had a rash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    A wet one I would leave but I'd change a dirty one.


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    This.

    If it was cloth I would change for a wet. Never leave a pooed nappy.

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    I would as my kids never slept long in soiled or wet nappies.

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    Never leave them in a number 2 nappy but definitely left in a wet one

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