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which nappy system do you use for nigtime?

(13 Posts)
jojo76 Wed 01-Jun-05 10:18:11

hi all!
Im still using a disposable for nighttime, because i thought that they leaked less, but the last few nights poor ds has woken up soaked through, so i want to move on to cloth for night too. I hate using the disposables anyway and feel awful now everytime i put one on him!!
Im curious to know what everyone else uses for nightime, and how good they are. I am using mainly bambino mios in the daytime, and i also have a couple of totsbots and some terries.......

tarantula Wed 01-Jun-05 10:20:12

I use MOES day and night but at night I add a microfibre cloth (60p from Superdrug). Have had no probs with leaks except on the odd occasion when the wrap hasnt been put on properly.

tarantula Wed 01-Jun-05 10:20:39

sorry that should have been MEOS

Laura032004 Wed 01-Jun-05 18:57:24

We use Tots with a ME Airflow wrap day and night. I use a triple folded piece of flanalette sheet inside the nappy, but this is as a liner rather than a booster. Never, ever had a leak.

starlover Wed 01-Jun-05 19:02:34

I use fuzzi bunz with a microterry insert and booster.

Gem13 Wed 01-Jun-05 19:06:14

Motherease here on 15 month old and nearly 3 year old (in the bigger version).

Use double boosters for the older one.

juuule Wed 01-Jun-05 19:08:44

Usually Tots Bots sz 2 aplix and ME airflow wrap on my 23m dd. No leaks.

RuthN Wed 01-Jun-05 21:45:02

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

CarrieG Thu 02-Jun-05 23:50:37

Bear Behinds stuffables - packed liberally with outgrown Imse nappies. We found he was waking up absolutely sodden in his normal totsbots once he started sleeping thro', but stuffable nappy + a quick change at adult bedtime seens to sort it.

eldestgirl Fri 03-Jun-05 06:56:13

Small bambino mio folded inside large bambino mio, fleece liner in a Bumpy night wrap for both boys. Change DS2 (2) at adult bedtime due to enormous bottle of milk he insists on having before bed. No leaks!

jojo76 Fri 03-Jun-05 09:49:45

thanks for the advice everyone! I got 3 redwraps on ebay for 18quid yesterday, which im going to try. are the unbleached tots a lot better absorbancy wise than the rainbow ones? i guess its just a case of trying lots of different things out.......! YAY that means i get to buy lots more nappies to try lol!!

LeahE Fri 03-Jun-05 10:05:20

The non-bleached tota are much better absorbancy-wise than the rainbow ones (in fact, I think the white tots are much better than the rainbow ones, just slightly less good than the unbleached). I wouldn't try a rainbow tots overnight myself [1].

We have DS in unbleached nippa tots with a booster and a fleece wrap overnight and he does fine.

MrsDoolittle Fri 03-Jun-05 10:17:56

I second Leah. I use rainbow bots during tha day and unbleached nippa at night - I wouldn't use rainbow bots at night either.
I do however, usually use my bumbles at night! I like the all over fleece liner inside, it keeps dd's bottom completely dry. You could also stuff it with microfibre if you needed to.

I think sometimes I underestimate my bumbles - they really are an economical, robust and versatile nappy. Theye are the only nappy that I am using with dd (14 months now) that I have used with her from birth and still going strong!

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