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which night time nappies did you use please?

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mads1 Thu 30-Oct-08 19:31:38

I have accepted the fact that dd(3.6yrs) is still ok to be in nappies at night - after reading other threads!
However, I can't seem to find big enough nappies that don't leak. I'm sick of washing sheets everyday (as if I didn't have enough to wash already!) and it can't be nice for dd to wake up wet either sad.
She is tall for her age ( ie wears 4-5year clothes) but not at all chubby etc.
Can anyone recommend some good night time nappies pleeeeeease.

feelingbitbetter Thu 30-Oct-08 19:53:33

Found this on another thread - Drynites, from Asda and Boots. Not sure if they are nappies or pull-ups, just remembered reading it. HTH.

juuule Thu 30-Oct-08 20:26:49

TotsBots size 3 plus Motherease wrap.

reiver Thu 30-Oct-08 21:33:44

Drynites are pull ups and there's a 4-7 size which may be worth trying but haven't found them to be absorbent enough.
Tesco own brand nappies (green packaging) size 6 are larger than other brands, good fit and absorbent too. Used with a Motherease wrap or trainer pant over the top, just in case, should cut down the laundry.

porgie Thu 30-Oct-08 21:48:41

i sneak in to ds room and quickly and quietly put him a new nappy on when i go to bed, otherwise everthing is soaked in the morning.
however this did not prevent him from getting up at 6 this morning and proceed to rub poo all over the carpet, the safety gate and himself!!!
what a lovely sight to wake up to!!!

purplemonkeydishwasher Thu 30-Oct-08 21:54:35

DS (3.1yrs) is still in Tesco Superfit nappies size 5. they aren't pullups though. but they hold the most pee.

porgie Thu 30-Oct-08 21:55:57

forgot to say i use tescos too, they are fabulous and cheap too!

mads1 Thu 30-Oct-08 22:14:49

thank you! Plenty there to try out!
Never heard of the motherease wrap. Where can I find them please?
Porgie- I feel for you!

reiver Sat 01-Nov-08 14:41:38

You'll find wraps in shops/websites which stock reusable nappies.
For example
For overnight use I prefer the Motherease trainer pants as they are lined and absorb any "overflow" better!
I think the XL size in either should fit your DD.
Good luck!

Pheebe Sat 01-Nov-08 18:10:22

Most big supermarkets will stock pull ups for up to about age 13. You might need to ask though and/or get them to order them in for you. We use pampers pull ups

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