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any alternatives to Huggies Pyjama pants

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WestYorkshireGirl Fri 22-Jan-16 20:39:44

DD is 5 yrs and a long way off being dry at night. I have never bothered about this and know she will need to be ready physically before this is likely to change. I buy Huggies pyjama pants in 4-7yrs and they are not cheap even when on offer! Just wondering if anyone knew if there are any alternatives out there? Thanks

DomesticGoddess31 Sat 23-Jan-16 08:01:52

We buy sainsburys little ones pull ups in size 6. Better than huggies in our experience as huggies seem to give her a spotty bum hmmOur dd is quite slim though.

Badumchhhhh Sat 23-Jan-16 08:13:13

Aldi pull-ups

CheeseAtFourpence Sat 23-Jan-16 08:32:05

We use Tesco value pull-ups -£2.25 for a pack.

IndomitabIe Sat 23-Jan-16 08:55:07

Yep, Tesco pull ups.

ApollO88 Sat 23-Jan-16 09:03:06

Boots pull ups. They normally have a deal on 2 for £7.

kittys0ftpaws Sat 23-Jan-16 09:13:15

Tesco value pull ups for my 4 yr old for night time as well, I don't rate the Huggies ones and they are so expensive! Aldi do size 6 pull ups too which I also get, depends where I'm closer to when we realise we've run out! Never had leakage with either.

Tidypidy Sat 23-Jan-16 09:22:56

Lidl pull-ups are good. Preferred ones are underjams which are often on offer in Asda as they don't leak anything like as much as others!

NarcyCow Sat 23-Jan-16 09:42:26

We use Underjams, we only buy them when they're half price but we stock up then. They're the only ones that have a hope of not leaking (DD is 5.5).

WestYorkshireGirl Sun 24-Jan-16 19:52:27

Thanks everyone. Didn't realise some of the pull ups might still fit thought they were more for potty training - will definitely have a look around!

dementedpixie Mon 25-Jan-16 15:35:30

You can get pull up nappies that are just nappies that pull on as well as potty training pant type nappies which are a bit thinner

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