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Old 09-02-2012, 08:45 PM   #21
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We use flats and fleece covers. Fleece is fabulous!

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Old 09-02-2012, 08:58 PM   #22
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Re: Really want to try overnight diapering for my heavy wetting toddler

I have made some of the Kristina's soaker pattern. It is SUPER easy. I would suggest trying to make it out of "Windpro" I believe it is... someone else can confirm for me...
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I have made some of the Kristina's soaker pattern. It is SUPER easy. I would suggest trying to make it out of "Windpro" I believe it is... someone else can confirm for me...
That's the same pattern I've found!

Is Windpro from Malden Mills? Those seem to be the best of the best as far as fleece goes, but I'm having a hard time find it online (other than actual fleece jackets and whatnot). Any ideas where to buy some?
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I think the sbish magic diapers work the best for super soakers under a well lanolized double layer wool soaker. I put a custom cut fleece liner to cover the inside of the diaper. I also used a bg 4.0 stuffed with two flips organic or thirsties hemp insets and a wool soaker over top before my super soaker son potty trained
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I think the sbish magic diapers work the best for super soakers under a well lanolized double layer wool soaker. I put a custom cut fleece liner to cover the inside of the diaper. I also used a bg 4.0 stuffed with two flips organic or thirsties hemp insets and a wool soaker over top before my super soaker son potty trained
I actually ordered an sbish fitted diaper today (although it was the snapless version, not the magic one) and a Disana wool cover. Hopefully those will work for me!

Also, please tell me about the cute cover in your avatar! That is one cute little tushie!
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Re: Really want to try overnight diapering for my heavy wetting toddler

I haven't read the whole thread yet but fitteds with a wool or fleece cover are, in my opinion, THE overnight solution. I tell everyone to start there and if you don't make it through the night (rare) troubleshoot from there. But save yourself the time and hassle of trying 135 different pocket/insert combinations because they won't work as well as a fitted.

As for which fitted to get the sbish obf fitteds (sometimes called the "magic" diapers) are basically sure-fire. fleece covers are easy to make if you're crafty but there are TONS of super cute ones you can get from WAHMs. Check out julesbulia in the WAHM Wares board. =]
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I have a heavy wetting toddler that takes a bottle before bed as well. I use a mother ease sandy, stay dry doubler and an airflow cover. He has not ever had a leak with that combo, and it's fairly inexpensive. But he would normally wake up wet in anything else I put him in including night time disposables.
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Re: Really want to try overnight diapering for my heavy wetting toddler

I have heard of people going to goodwill and buying old heavy fleece jackets to make into a diaper cover... so maybe try that. I know of some mama's on here who sell windpro on FSOT too. But I really haven;t looked into it much.
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