Today, we go deep into the sometimes terrifying world of night nappying. We show you that it doesn’t have to be a scary experience and empower you to choose a night nappy that suits your child and your budget.
Night nappies are often considered the final frontier. The last barrier between being dependent on disposables and using cloth nappies full time.
And for good reason.
It’s a daunting task to try and find a nappy that will last 10-12 hours without leaking or causing discomfort.
The night options featured in this blog are ones that we’ve used over the past 12 years. Here they are, along with our recommendations of who each one is great for.
This is a really great option for babies that aren’t quite at the night undies stage but who need something with more absorbency and a larger fit than a one-size -fits-most nappy can provide.
Also a great nappy for tummy sleepers as you can shorten or lengthen the nappy as required. This one can be great for side sleepers, as the nappy provides absorbency all the way around the waist and hips.
This is a great option for babies within the weight range of the nappy and is also great for back sleepers.
This is a totally brilliant solution for any baby that wets heavily but particularly great for side sleepers, as the nappy provides absorbency all the way around the waist and hips.
So it is simply a matter of trial and error and some of the options we’ve given this week allow you to trial different combinations without a significant outlay, because they use nappies that you probably already have on hand.
We’d love to hear from you in the comments. What’s your go-to night nappy combo?
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