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Old 03-02-2011, 11:10 PM   #1
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non stay dry ok for all night?

i have two currently in cloth and both are using the grovia system
the older is 2yrs and i have been using the grovia shell with a flip stay dry insert and then the grovia booster on top
the baby is not quite three months and has just started sleeping thru the night
i have just been using the grovia shell with the snap in soaker for him
he doesnt leak or anything overnight, but this is my question
the soaker is only organic cotton and is not stay dry
is that ok for him to have against his skin all night?

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Re: non stay dry ok for all night?

My DD goes all night in a cotton prefold with cotton doubler her skin does fablously better than with a stay dry diaper or sposie.

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Re: non stay dry ok for all night?

Yep, definitely ok as long as his skin looks fine!
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I agree with the above, but I would still use a cd-safe barrier cream. At the first sign of sensitivity, I'd use fleece liners or something to keep moisture away. DS2 is extremely sensitive to moisture! The slightest wetness makes his boy-bits red and raw. Before I knew exactly what it was (I thought it was just bad diaper rash..), it had turned into irritant dermatitis. It started out as diaper rash, but continued exposure kept it all from healing and made it worse until it was infected. It was absolutely terrible! So although I love natural and organic inners, he can't use 'em without a thick barrier between it and him. DD, however, does fine!
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Re: non stay dry ok for all night?

I put on a layer of CJs with our nighttime diaper for this reason as well.

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Re: non stay dry ok for all night?

My 19 m.o. DD wears 2 flats all night w/o cream or a fleece liner. Never had a problem, and her diapers are usually soaked by morning. I wonder, though, if it takes some time to get their skin used to the extra moisture. Maybe try the cotton all night w/ a cream, then every other night, then no cream.
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As long as your LO can tolerate that it's totally fine!
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Re: non stay dry ok for all night?

he hasnt seemed to have a problem with it
i just didnt know it i was asking for trouble by letting him be in it that long
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I agree with the above, but I would still use a cd-safe barrier cream. At the first sign of sensitivity, I'd use fleece liners or something to keep moisture away. DS2 is extremely sensitive to moisture! The slightest wetness makes his boy-bits red and raw. Before I knew exactly what it was (I thought it was just bad diaper rash..), it had turned into irritant dermatitis. It started out as diaper rash, but continued exposure kept it all from healing and made it worse until it was infected. It was absolutely terrible! So although I love natural and organic inners, he can't use 'em without a thick barrier between it and him. DD, however, does fine!
Hmmm, I have noticed a slight bit of rednes on my little mans boy bits also......Maybe I need to start using those fleece liners I made again. Will for sure have to watch that close. I use only unbleached prefolds during the day and then at night BG AIO.
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