Yes, by far. But they also cost a lot more.
BTW, these aren't magic. They're just thicker with more gel, so it can hold more. So, they may come in handy for say road trips and stuff where he may be sitting for a couple hours after lunch or whatever.
Before we started using the Overnights, we were doubling up on regular diapers (Baby Dry or Swaddlers). That worked to an extent but there were problems there too. Going to Overnights was a huge improvement.
However, it's gotten to the point now where he is sometimes soaking through the Overnights as well. We've tried to reduce his liquid intake at bedtime but he gets very, very unhappy. So if we happen to wake up in the middle of the night, we sometimes will change him then. My son drinks a lot more fluid at bedtime than many though, including my daughter when she was at his age.
This worked well for a while, but my 2.5 year old kid is now already a size 6. No size 7 available. Oh well, we'll deal with it.Bawler wrote: ↑May 19th, 2017 11:15 amI've used these for a long time for my son. Eventually he started leaking through even on night time diapers. If this happens, just move a diaper size larger. So if your daughter is in size 3's and leaking through night times, just buy size 4 and they have that much more absorbency.