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recommend good night diapers for 2,5 years

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recommend good night diapers for 2,5 years

Hi folks,

What do you recommend for a 2,5 years old girl diaper for nightime? We need something good.

thanks
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What were you using before? It’s probably the same, I did one size bigger because it was more absorbent.
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I recommend you slow down the liquids and start taking them before bed. It might be a year or more before you can try no diaper but starting a bit drier at night seems to make it easier. I know people who let their kid drink a glass of water right at bedtime and then another glass or more in the middle of the night have a hard time cutting that down which makes getting out of night diapers tough.
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Like Macx2mommy said, I just went a size up and it is pretty good at keeping in the leaks.
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If the regular diapers in a size-up aren't working (Pampers goes up to size 7 in Cruisers now), then try Huggies Pull-up either regular or overnight. The Pullups worked for us overnight at that age.
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We just use the same diapers/size he has been wearing all along. We do take him to the bathroom though before bed - I could see if you have not started potty training that it may be more challenging as their bladder will potentially be full going to bed.
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Thanks for your advices. Unfortunately, she's prone to constipation so we let her drink whatever she want because it's good for her. We're still shocked by last summer when it was bricks...
Will see if a size up might help. Otherwise we'll see if Huggies Pull-up overnight does the job. I've read somewhere that some diapers at costco have better absorbtion (costco typically has their own specifications).
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I took away the diapers at 2.5 years of age. Just go before bed and I wake them up just before I goto bed at 12+ am one more time. Did that for a few weeks and then stopped the midnight pee altogether.
Only a few accidents.
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SPARTACVS wrote:
Jul 13th, 2018 6:08 pm
Thanks for your advices. Unfortunately, she's prone to constipation so we let her drink whatever she want because it's good for her. We're still shocked by last summer when it was bricks...
Will see if a size up might help. Otherwise we'll see if Huggies Pull-up overnight does the job. I've read somewhere that some diapers at costco have better absorbtion (costco typically has their own specifications).
Are you adressing the constipation issues?

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