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Best nighttime pullups for largeish 3yr old girl

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moonbabyandthebeast Fri 04-Nov-16 22:10:05

DD has just turned 3 and has been pretty reliably dry in the day since around 2.5. She is nowhere near ready to be dry at night and is frequently wetting through her pullups and sheets. I'm just after recommendations please- she's probably a bit 'stockier' than ur average 3 yr old. We have tried tesco, asda and Huggies nighttime. Must be pullups as she has a baby brother and wud refuse to wear nappies. Any recommendations wud b great fully received.

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VeryPunny Fri 04-Nov-16 22:12:54

Never had a leak with the Aldi pull ups, and they are cheap as chips.

lostinabook Fri 04-Nov-16 22:13:03

I have/had one of these girls smile

Drynites 4-7 (we are in 8-15 at 4.5) the 4-7 are Frozen themed too

Hope this helps

justwanttoweeinpeace Fri 04-Nov-16 22:24:18

We use the pampers pull-ups and they work only if DS (also 3) goes to the loo before bed.

Does your DD drink a lot of milk before bed? If you can reduce what goes in you'll have less to worry about coming out. Certainly worked for us! smile

justwanttoweeinpeace Fri 04-Nov-16 22:25:15

Alternatively, can you put her in nappies? They're usually more absorbent than pull ups.

AndNowItsSeven Fri 04-Nov-16 22:25:51

Size six Aldi pull ups fit my four year old ds.

justwanttoweeinpeace Fri 04-Nov-16 22:25:57

Hang on - she refuses nappies, sorry I misread.

idontlikealdi Fri 04-Nov-16 22:31:03

The night time Huggies in size 6 were the best we found, they don't stock them everywhere though. Make sure you get the night time ones though the day time ones don't cut it.

redcaryellowcar Fri 04-Nov-16 22:31:10

Huggies dry nites but maybe try 4-7 yrs?

CatsCantFlyFast Fri 04-Nov-16 22:33:56

We find the pampers pants better than any pull ups but they are more nappy like in appearance

moonbabyandthebeast Sat 05-Nov-16 01:18:23

Thank u so much for ur suggestions - sorry for delay responding, lots of high temperatures and illness going through the house! So in morning I'm off shopping some aldi pullups (start cheap grin ) then may look at drynights/pampers if no joy there. Many thanks again for taking time to reply.

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smallchair Sun 06-Nov-16 07:36:14

We use the lidl pull ups size 6, but i second the recommendations to make sure she has a pee before bed and cut back any milk.

Paddingtonthebear Sun 06-Nov-16 07:40:56

Pampers baby dry pants (pull ups) have been the most absorbent in my experience

Dry nites etc don't have nappy level absorbency, they are more designed to catch one wee rather than several, IFYWIM!

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