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night time nappies?

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joyalf Fri 05-Feb-16 12:19:35

Hi just wondering if anyone has any advice. My DS (23 months) sleeps on his front & leaks a lot at night time. After a bit of trial & error we have found that the only nappies that he won't leak through are pampers baby dry pull-up style in a size 4+. This morning I have been to four different shops all of which had size 4 & 5 but no 4+. Does anyone else use these? I'm worried they have been discontinued! Any other recommendations for leak proof night time nappies?

AliceInHinterland Fri 05-Feb-16 12:21:25

We use Aldi nappies and haven't had a leak for months. They do 4+ and are cheap as a bonus!

joyalf Fri 05-Feb-16 12:27:19

We use the aldi 4+ during the day too & they are great but he leaks through them at night unfortunately. Thank you though!

tryingtocatchthewind Fri 05-Feb-16 12:35:53

Try a size 5?

My 15 month old started to leak through pampers baby dry and we read somewhere to try Lidl. I was a bit sceptical as he leaked in Aldi and Morrisons but we have had great success with Lidl hurrah and they are so cheap.

Failing all of the above get yourself a PUL cover that normally goes over the top of reusable nappies. Motherease are a good brand. They are like the plastic pants from years ago but breathable. That would prevent the wetness getting onto his clothes

MrsMum2011 Fri 05-Feb-16 20:05:45

We saw some in Asda today and bought some in morrisons about two weeks ago, so I don't think they have been discontinued. We are in the same boat of only pampers size 4+ working at night, but until you get hold of some try putting two nappies on dc and putting one so further up the front of the body(e also have a tummy sleeper).

joyalf Sat 06-Feb-16 16:44:37

Thanks for the replies, will keep looking for the nappies in the right size & try the tummy thing too, thanks!

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