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Wednesday, May 29th 2013, 11:29pm

leaky Nappy issues... HELP


My little miss sleeps on her tummy. Since her appetite has increased during a recent growth spurt, she has started to really soak her nappies. To the point that she now leaks out of the front and through her vest and babygro. Sometimes she manages this in as little as 3 hours!!! It is really starting to interfere with her sleep as she used to be able to sleep for up to 6 hours in one go. Now she wakes up cold and wet due to the leaks... poor thing.

I have tried pampers baby dry... i even tried putting them on her back to front! I also use reuseable nappies but they haven't been any better. I am at a total loss and my laundry pile is crazy. We are having to fully change her up to 3 times in a night.

Does anyone have any advice, washable nappies? Disposeables? A special wrap or soaker?
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Thursday, May 30th 2013, 12:22am

Hey, you could try moving up a size in nappies, both my kids done this and it worked both times for me moving to the next size up. Might not help you but just a suggestion! xx

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Thursday, May 30th 2013, 5:01am


I found pampers nappies were really bad for leaking, I now use tesco nappies and haven't had any issues since

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Thursday, May 30th 2013, 9:28am

I would also suggest going up a size. Tesco's and Sainsburys are really good and not too expensive if you want to give them a try.

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Thursday, May 30th 2013, 10:22am

Hi, id also try going up a size too. Ive never had any leaks with Asda little angels nappies, im also trying the tesco ones at the moment and they are good too. I found pampers always leaked xx
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Thursday, May 30th 2013, 7:25pm

I highly recommend Aldi nappies - Mamia. They are by far the best and I've tried a few. He wears one for 12 hours at night and never leaks, even though it's full by morning.

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Thursday, May 30th 2013, 9:38pm


Whenever we had leaking issues going up a size always helped even if the previous size seemed big enough for their tiny bottoms. We got on well with Asda, Morrisons and Tesco own brand nappies, by the time DD2 arrived I much preferred store brands to pampers for the fit and price.

Good luck I hope you find a solution.



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Friday, May 31st 2013, 12:31am

Another vote for Asda nappies here I think they are fab! Although I am using Huggies now as got loads for a bargain price before they stopped selling them! x



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Friday, May 31st 2013, 2:58am

Another Asda fan. So much better than pampers sand so much cheaper

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