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Despite tons of reading here and elsewhere I'm at a loss as to what would best suit my 3.5yo night wetting son. I'm using wool soakers over CPF's and flats (some hemp some cotton) with my 4mo daughter and this works great for her but there's a world of difference between a tiny infant and a big boy.<br><br>
The Aristocrats soaker seems like it'll work for my boy but I'm not sure if there's something better for him or what to use underneath. Any suggestions? Natural fibers only please!
 

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How about a Lullaby Dreams <a href="http://www.lullabydiapers.com" target="_blank">www.lullabydiapers.com</a> or a VBSN??? Just get it without the micro. For a while, I used Happy Hempys, a pocket fitted with no micro.... I used them at night when dd was 2 to 8 mo old, unitl she outgrew them.<br><br>
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<a href="http://www.fluffymail.com" target="_blank">www.fluffymail.com</a><br><br>
Nightlights night time diapers, they are stocking tomorrow and have quite a few organic cotton Nightlights up. They are awesome!<br><br>
Oops, I just noticed they are still lined with microfleece.
 

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I have a few nighttime diapering techniques with different dipes. One that involves only natural fiber (I just got this diaper in and love it!) is a <a href="http://www.loveybums.com/index.php/action/category/id/8/" target="_blank">loveybums</a> OV fitted with a hemp insert under the OV insert. The loveybums XL fits my 36" tall, 36 pound boy (and with a big butt) and still has snap room to grow, and fits so well! I cover this with fleece, but you can use wool too- she also has a variety of wool covers on her site. She also sells LIOs, which are a wool cover with a snap-in soaker- I haven't tried it myself so I don't know if it can take nighttime use.<br><br>
Oh, and made sure to check the seconds page- about half my loveybums stash is seconds and is still great quality!
 

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I am a huge fan of Very Baby Simply Nights with a wool wrap or soaker over.<br><br>
I have also had good luck using a generously sized fitted and laying one or two additional hemp doublers inside. The Motherease OS were great for that.
 

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We've been using a Happy Hempy with a wool cover. Not sure how big your son is, but <a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/BABYOLOGY-100-WOOL-DIAPER-COVER-SOAKER-502_W0QQitemZ190104029342QQihZ009QQcategoryZ26267QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItem" target="_blank">Babyology</a> has an XL wool soaker. And the HH's run big.<br><br>
The HH's are a pocket fitted, so you could add more hemp to it or even a cotton prefold to up the absorbancy.
 

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Firefly Sleeptights <a href="http://www.fireflydiapers.com" target="_blank">www.fireflydiapers.com</a>
 

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You can get Very Baby Simply nights with organic cotton velour lining instead of microfleece! May's at <a href="http://www.rainbowstitches.com" target="_blank">www.rainbowstitches.com</a> rocks.
 

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Natural fibers and absorbent -- sounds like Little Beetles to me. <a href="http://www.betterforbabies.com" target="_blank">www.betterforbabies.com</a>
 

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We have the Bamboo Very Baby Basic Nights and we love them. We ordered them from <a href="http://http//bluelakediapers.com/default.htm" target="_blank">Blue Lake Diapers</a> and Debra is great--fast turnaround time, too. Before this, we had the VB Simply Nights (without the microfleece), but they are a much trimmer cut and these work much better for DS's build. He is a big boy, too--over 26lbs. at 12 mos. old. DS is a super, super heavy wetter and these diapers ROCK! We use them with the Aristocrats soakers and it's a bulletproof nighttime combo! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 
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