Okay, all you cloth diapering mammas out there, I know this has been discussed many times before, but I just got back from Target with a bag of disposable diapers. We did cloth at night for a while, using either prorap covers or fleece covers, and that worked okay, but YIKES the morning stink just about knocked me out (and the stink stayed with the covers so they were always in the wash and starting to wear out). Then we switched to 'sposies at night for a few months. Very little stink and the bed stayed dry. But I always feel guilty using 'sposies, so last month we went back to cloth at night and thought we'd try changing ds several times during the night to eliminate stink and wetness (plus, I'm sure he's not thrilled with sleeping in a soggy dipe anyway).
Sooooo, I am now tired. just plain tired. It's hard to drag myself out of bed to change a diaper on a screaming tired baby in the middle of the night when he wakes up a little to pee. I have tried wool covers, fleece covers, AIO dipes, and ALL get wet if I leave them on all night, or even for part of the night. DS sleeps on his tummy and pees a LOT, so all that moisture just gets compacted and soaks through whatever he's wearing so our sheets are wet every morning. I am tired of everythign being wet.
I have tried using multiple multiple layers of cloth diaper/stuffings/doublers/etc. DS's little butt looks like it's encased in a huge pillow and still he soaks through and the sheets are wet, even when I change him 2-3 times each night. Ugh. So I bought some 'sposies and unless anyone can convince me of a super duper wonderful way of dealing with nighttime wetness, I think we will stick with the 'sposies.
: that was not the happiest post I've ever posted, but I am certainly willing to hear what you have so say (if you have the same problem and I'm not alone in the cloth diapering world by using disposables at night, or if you have a miracle cure for everything wet at night, I'm listening...