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Old 07-29-2012, 03:52 PM   #1
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Help me with baby sleeping and cloth

The past week we have had something weird going on. First few days, got baby up, changed into a Bge, baby protested sleeping all day, fell right asleep once I put him in a sposie overnight. Next 2 days, same issue except with flips. Today same issue...around 3 I finally put a sposie on him and he went right to sleep for 3 hours.

After years of cding, I love the natural fibers of bges, flips and prefolds...I have tried eveything and I was so excited when we found something that worked. For dd i have used bges, with organic flips as back up. No stink, no repelling, no stuffing and unstuffing a gross peed up insert. No microfiber ect.

Any ideas? Anyone ever have an issue like this before?

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Old 07-29-2012, 04:04 PM   #2
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Maybe he has a little scrape or sore spot in his diaper area and the pee irritates it right now. You could always try fleece liners. Or maybe he is getting more aware of his elimination and trying to hold it, you could try to potty him before bed.
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Re: Help me with baby sleeping and cloth

Sounds like he needs a fleece stay dry liner.
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This is one of many reasons we use sposies at night. They sleep better when they don't feel wet. Even a fleece liner isn't completely dry.
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Re: Help me with baby sleeping and cloth

Yeah, sounds like LO cant stand to feel wet. Id vote either a fleece liner or stay dry liner/doubler....or keep doing sposies at night if its working :-)
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Re: Help me with baby sleeping and cloth

I also agree - I think you need a stay dry liner. Or depending on the age of your little one, could the diaper be too bulky and you need something trimmer?
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Re: Help me with baby sleeping and cloth

Sounds like LO doesn't like feeling wet! My son is the same way, won't sleep unless he's in stay dry.
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Re: Help me with baby sleeping and cloth

The same things happened with my two kids; ds didn't care if he was in cotton or a pocket, but dd HATED my lovely all cotton stash. She was so much happier when I switched to pockets. Fleece liners in bge's worked well for us too.
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This is one of many reasons we use sposies at night. They sleep better when they don't feel wet. Even a fleece liner isn't completely dry.
we still use sposies at night. I have one overnight diaper and it's huge. I feel like she can't move or get very comfortable with it on.

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I also agree - I think you need a stay dry liner. Or depending on the age of your little one, could the diaper be too bulky and you need something trimmer?
This too.
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