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Night time nappies for 4 year old not Drynites?

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MrsMoggy Mon 20-Jun-16 11:26:26

Aldi size 6 pull ups are what we use for our 4 year old. Really cheap too, £1.85 for about 18

Artandco Mon 20-Jun-16 10:34:38

You can get reusable ones? Need about 3 pairs to allow for washing/ drying/ wearing but should last a while

I think mothercare used to sell them for 4-7

LittlePeterRabbitAndHisFly Mon 20-Jun-16 10:27:35

All of the above, or online or in a proper shop you can get proper larger size nappies. Adults XS is the smallest though. They might be a bit cheaper than the other pull ups

IAmAPaleontologist Mon 20-Jun-16 10:25:47

Oh and pampers size 6 pull ups are good too for my 4 year old. Nice and soft.

sleepwhenidie Mon 20-Jun-16 10:25:30


IAmAPaleontologist Mon 20-Jun-16 10:25:16

Lidl pull ups go pretty big. My 4 year old wears the size 5 and my 7 year old can still use a size 6 if she needs to though she prefers dry nites.

justabigdisco Mon 20-Jun-16 10:20:44

We use the Aldi pull ups

Cumberlover76 Mon 20-Jun-16 10:12:26

DD, (4.3) is still very wet at night and very stubborn at going to the toilet before bed so gets her night time pants (currently drynites) really wet and they stink. They stink much more than the Huggies that we used to get but at 20kg their largest size is too small. They make her bed and pyjamas stink, it must be the chemicals in them.

I can't really seem to find an alternative, all of the other night pants seem to be for smaller. I would love to use a reusable if they were going to be absorbent enough, or something a bit more natural like Naty but don't think they go up to 20kg +

Any suggestions?

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