My 15 month old is starting to soak through his diapers most nights. (through the top, wakes up with a wet tummy) I use 7th generation diapers. We tried huggies overnights and those were a joke. A friend said I should try a pull-up style diaper. I was thinking of using getting some cloth kawaii bamboo diapers just to use for overnight, hoping that 2 liners would do the trick. (and then maybe we'd switch to cloth if we like them) I still want a good overnight disposable for travel.
Can I have your recommendations for cloth and disposable overnight diapers?
Don't know if this'd help, but I saw that nobody else had written back, so I thought I'd at least chime in. We use plain ol' Target diapers for our 14 m.o. Most nights, they do the trick. I read somewhere that if you are having a lot of wet mornings to use the next size up diaper so that there is more area for them to wet. We all sleep together, and washing sheets for a king-sized bed is a hassle...we use a mattress cover under the sheets and sometimes I don't bother to wash the sheets...just kind of scrub at them. Not a perfect solution, but sometimes "easier" is better than other options. Good luck!
I got tired of my signature, but I still love my children and husband and miss my little brother.
we use pampers baby dry / 12 hour and don't have issues.
one thing that works for me, but may sound silly, is make sure his penis is pointed downward when you fasten his diaper.
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