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Recommendations for night nappies for 2yo boy!

(10 Posts)
MrsLHofstadter Mon 07-Jan-13 19:57:15

I use 5+ in the day and 6+ at night.I have a weeing machine. DS is 2.

bclaremums Mon 07-Jan-13 19:53:53

Thanks everyone that's helpful - sounds like size 6 overnight is the way forward!

tigermummy35 Mon 07-Jan-13 14:41:22

We use size 6 babydry at night and have no leakages. Use size 5+ during the day but they weren't enough to cope at night. 12 hours straight through, no leaks.

mmmmsleep Sun 30-Dec-12 15:25:25

Watching with interest as in same position with 19m ds

Lambethmum Sun 30-Dec-12 15:09:08

Bambo works for us without fail - he's 2.5 and still wet and dirty quite often on waking, but no leaks

CordeliaChase Sun 30-Dec-12 14:59:41

Oh fgs, I've just spotted loads of typos. Damn iPad, think I'll use my blooming phone next time I want to post!!

dishwashervodkaanddietirnbru Sun 30-Dec-12 14:58:58

You get size 6 baby dry, have you tried them?

CordeliaChase Sun 30-Dec-12 14:58:47

DS not des. Sigh.

CordeliaChase Sun 30-Dec-12 14:58:29

I used to change my des before I went to bed. He would then have a fresh Bally in from around 10.30/11pm until 7am. Do you think this might work for you? It's amazing what they will sleep through, I always made sure he had easy access pyjamas so minimum disruption

bclaremums Sun 30-Dec-12 14:56:03

Hello everyone, I'd be grateful for any recommendations for what nappies work well at night with a 2 year old capable of producing heroic amounts of wee.

He is in size 5 1/2 pampers babydry during the day, but they were overflowing at the front nearly every night so I am currently trying size 6 huggies pull ups overnight which are better but he is still waking up soaked some days.

Any help with what brands/types to use? (He's not showing an interest in potty training yet although I will be starting daytimes soon!)


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