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There must be a non-leaking nappy!

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sarah293 Fri 19-Jun-09 08:11:37

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4andnotout Fri 19-Jun-09 08:12:35

Could you not put a reusable wrap over the top to prevent the leaks?

sarah293 Fri 19-Jun-09 08:20:25

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Boomally Fri 19-Jun-09 10:37:07

Have you tried good old terry nappies?

TheNatty Fri 19-Jun-09 10:40:00

try dry nights pj pants. they are huge and thick. only thing that holds my three year olds wees
expensive tho?

Boomally Fri 19-Jun-09 10:43:01

The point about traditional terry nappies is that they're cheap, and easy to wash and dry.

sarah293 Fri 19-Jun-09 10:46:38

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rusmum Fri 19-Jun-09 10:56:48

disposables do leak!!!

sarah293 Fri 19-Jun-09 11:07:51

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purplesal Fri 19-Jun-09 11:12:16

School cannot refuse to use washable nappies. They won't wash them so you will get them back in a waterproof bag at the end of the day. If you want to go down this route and have problems wih school let me know and I'll forwrad you the relevenat info (I'm a SENCO in a primary school and only yesterday had to look up all the regulations about an 8 year old that soiled herself each day)

PHP do have an In Confidence catalogue of washable options for bigger children and adults.

Is she a big or a small 5 year old. If she's small then an Toddlerease Sandys are great at containing leaks with a Motherease or Onelife wrap over the top. Or the new Lollipop Pop'n'Gro goes quite large and is an all-in-one nappy - comes in funky colours os she might be happier wearing it.

EachPeachPearMum Fri 19-Jun-09 11:15:02

Nature nappies? My dd never leaked and she wees a lot.
They are more ££ but if you get them free, shouldn't be an issue hopefully. Not everywhere stocks them, but you're in a city, yes?
They also have no nasty chemicals, so don't smell plasticky IYSWIM. DD alsways slept through in them as they don't get hot when you wee- bonus!

EachPeachPearMum Fri 19-Jun-09 11:17:21

If you want, I could mail you a couple of size 5s to try- dd has just gone nappy-free at night now, and we have a pack opened. (DS in size 4s, prob for a long while)
I do find them on the small side though- DS is only 4mo and in size 4, though he's a wide baby.

sarah293 Fri 19-Jun-09 11:45:08

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EachPeachPearMum Fri 19-Jun-09 12:20:27

Will CAT now then riven. Worst that happens is they're no good either. tbh they aren't that much more than pampers- pampers are more expensive than most brands I think.

Seona1973 Fri 19-Jun-09 13:52:20

why not try size 5+ or size 6 in pampers - ds was in size 6 at the age of 2. We always moved up a size when they started leaking and that solved the problem.

tutu100 Fri 19-Jun-09 13:56:45

I know you are limited because of what you can get free, but dn was potty trained very late and she was a big girl (wore size 5-6 clothes at 3) and drank gallons. SIL used to buy Tesco's own size 6 and they never leaked for her.

After having 4 dc's in cloth I don't think you need to worry anymore about eco friendly - you've done your time grin

sarah293 Fri 19-Jun-09 16:38:18

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GothAnneGeddes Fri 19-Jun-09 19:31:11

Is she big enough for the Attends nappies?

They go up to adult sizes and are stocked in most hospitals so presumably you could be supplied with them.

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