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Night time reusable pull ups

(7 Posts)
GreenGoth89 Sun 03-Apr-16 15:13:55

My 4 y/o DSS is wetting the bed every night and we're spending a small fortune on night time pull ups (which seem to be anywhere between £5-£7 for 10!). I had the lightbulb moment that there might be such a thing as a reusable night time pull up, can anyone recommend any that i can buy online in the UK? He's about 18kg

MindfulBear Sat 23-Apr-16 00:47:00

Ask Wendy at thenappylady.co.uk
She will know and be able to recommend best fit your child size.

2LittleMonkeysJumpingOnMyHead Mon 15-Aug-16 09:34:40

I'm thinking the same, cloth would be better. DC1 is nearly 6 and wets frequently. DC2 is 3 and dry in the day, so may try to night train soon. Would love to use something other than disposable pullups, and possibly put DD back in them too.

GreenGoth89 Mon 15-Aug-16 10:50:47

Aldi had washable mats last week which are great if you're kids are in a single bed

issy5050 Sun 29-Oct-17 14:38:54

Why don’t u try the liddle toujours pull ups”very absorbent and very tight especially the size 5.i ve been using huggies ,pampers and wasn’t all that good for my boy.toujours , I think the trick to potty training is to make it fun and toujours are the only brand that uses bright colours and popular characters to make it fun and interesting for the toddler/young child.

lucy101101 Sun 29-Oct-17 16:17:17

There are some here for 3-5 + years:

www.babykind.co.uk/realeasynappies.htm

issy5050 Wed 08-Nov-17 09:14:15

Am done with the toujours test waiting for the email to write my review.

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