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    Lisainhk is offline Registered User
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    Less wet nappies over last 12 hours

    Hi, this may sound silly. My 6mth old boy usually does heaps of wees (and poos for that matter, usually after every feed still). At night I usually find him with a massive heavy wet nappy and sometimes a wet bed if the nappy leaks. This morning his nappy was fresh as though I had just put it on him. Is this something I should be concerned about? He woke up once for a feed last night as usual.

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    lennox8 is offline Registered User
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    just saw your post, surprised no one gave u a reply. it shouldnt be a problem if this is just or rather, was, occasional. it happens with our babies as well. though usually it is full of pee, not poo in the morn.
    is he ok now? what nappies would you recommend that don't or less likely to leak at night?
    hope all is well

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    Hi Lisa, my baby is way under 12kg and she's using XL since last week. We were using L at first but it leak a bit overnight for about 2 weeks. So, we make the switch. We are using Pampers, those written Premium Care, anyway packaging is cream or white in colour. So far we are quite happy with it.

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    Opps, I thought you're asking about advices on nappies. Sorry.

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    Hi, how old are your babies? I supposed they are almost 2. Do you feed them just before bedtime? maybe you should change the nighttime feed to an earlier feed, few hours before dinner.
    this would reduce the stress on your babies' digestive systems and also help you later with complete toilet training.

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