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Pampers Feel 'n' Learn Nappies - has anyone tried these?

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LittleWeePickle Thu 13-Aug-09 22:21:18

Anyone tried these?

I think they look quite good, they have a liner which doesn't "wick" away the urine, making toddler aware of when he has done a wee, and when he will need to go.

Just wondered what experience anyone has?

TimothyTigerTuppennyTail Thu 13-Aug-09 22:24:46

Not good TBH, quite a lot of leakage. I found Huggies much better.

EldonAve Thu 13-Aug-09 22:25:06

they didn't work for me but I suspect my child didn't care if he was wet or not

they are pricey so only buy if on offer

stubbyfingers Thu 13-Aug-09 22:26:39

very leaky. one wee and they need a change of clothes.

LittleWeePickle Thu 13-Aug-09 22:32:06

Which Huggies ones should I use? Just ordinary Pull-Ups? Or is there a special "wet feel" type?

LittleWeePickle Thu 13-Aug-09 22:35:54

I like the idea of a "wet feel" nappy, I thought it would boost his learning about when to go IYSWIM

How badly do they leak? I would only use them by day - would it matter a lot?

EldonAve Thu 13-Aug-09 22:58:52

I think you are better to go straight for pants tbh

stubbyfingers Thu 13-Aug-09 23:15:23

I agree, just go straight for pants. If he's ready, he's ready. For something like a longer car journey I would have used huggies pull ups, but generally just take plenty of clothes wherever you go for the first few weeks!

LittleWeePickle Fri 14-Aug-09 21:08:22

Yes, I had thought maybe just put him in pants and let him run around the garden piddling away...

Plastic trainer pants? Or just normal pants? Or what about terry nappies for a while, so he knows he's wet?

How long can a toddler go when he realises he needs a wee?

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