night time nappy??
Dec 20, 2008 10:55AM
can anyone recommend a good night time disposable nappy? I use tesco's superfit but by 4am Maiya is wet through to her grobag most mornings.
Dec 19, 2008 11:17AM
i use the asda little angles ones, i found that with justin and maya the pampers ones would leave through during the night and the huggies just never fitted right in the first place but so far iv not had any problems with the asda ones
Dec 19, 2008 11:56AM
Huggies superdry are good for a heavy wetter. They seem to hold a lot. Also it might be worth moving up a size even if lo isn't in the weight range, this definitely helped. Gabe is weaned now and doesn't wee as much so we use any kind of nappies now whatevers on offer but mainly boots own xx
Dec 19, 2008 12:20PM
i'm using huggies at the moment and they're fine I tried tescos ones but they leaked a few times.
Dec 19, 2008 1:28PM
We use Pampers Baby Dry overnight, have had to since about 13 weeks as she is such a heavy wetter that nothing else can stand it! Pampers were the only ones I could find in size 2, all the others seem to start from size 3 but she's still too small to be in 3's yet.
Dec 19, 2008 2:25PM
pampers baby dry is the only nappy i have found that keeps everything in overnight...they don't in the day cuz he's a little wriggler but at night they are amazing, i havent found any other nappy thats good for him overnight and i've tried them all except boots and tesco!
Dec 19, 2008 2:51PM
Hi maybe you should try going up a size?even if just for the nighttime nappies!
Ben has used Pampers,Huggies and Tescos own and tbh i dont see any difference with any!
He had a period of being wet in the mornings but when i put him up a size he was fine!
I personally prefer Tesco
Dec 20, 2008 5:57AM
Like the other ladies have said, it may be worth trying different sizes.
I swear by Pampers Baby Dry,never had a leak from them ever. They do smell weird when they're wet though! I use Morrisons own during the day.
Dec 20, 2008 10:55AM
thanks for the replies. have bought a pack of pampers super dry in a larger size and will give them a go tonight
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