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Largest size reusable nappy? ... for a 3yr old

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goosey Sun 26-Jun-05 21:13:16

I used reusables when my ds3 was a baby up until I went back to work, then disposables. Now he only has a nappy on a bedtime and it is always wet in the morning. I need just two all-in-one reusable nappies big enough to fit him as I think the bulk of them might finally teach him not to wee and it would save me on disposables. One for me to use each night and one for his childminder to put on him when he has his afternoon nap at her house.
Can anyone recommend a good and big make for a 3yr old please?
Thanks.

misdee Sun 26-Jun-05 21:14:00

what is his weight?

goosey Sun 26-Jun-05 21:23:20

I don't know and as he's asleep I'd better not wake him - or maybe I could do that standing on the scales first thing and then subtracting my weight from mine and his if he stays asleep on me.
Be right back.

goosey Sun 26-Jun-05 21:26:16

2stone 11pounds

misdee Sun 26-Jun-05 21:27:26

so how many pounds is that altogether? i'm useless.

Pixiefish Sun 26-Jun-05 21:27:27

try here she'll make them to order if he's heeavier than this

Pixiefish Sun 26-Jun-05 21:28:04

that should fit him- he's about 43lbs

goosey Sun 26-Jun-05 21:28:27

39pounds

Pixiefish Sun 26-Jun-05 21:29:18

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Pixiefish Sun 26-Jun-05 21:29:42

or tots bots even

goosey Sun 26-Jun-05 21:30:02

Thanks Pixiefish! I love the 'power wee' description lol

misdee Sun 26-Jun-05 21:30:27

tots bots size 3 and ME XL wrap worked well for my dd2, who is well over 40lb in weight.

Gem13 Sun 26-Jun-05 21:31:26

My big almost 3 year old is in Toddlerease at night - the larger one by Motherease. They fit him fine. I don't know how much he weighs but he was always a 99. something centile boy.

The XL Motherease popper wrap fits over Toddlerease.

goosey Sun 26-Jun-05 21:37:37

Thanks misdee and Gem13. Am off to order now.

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