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Old 03-19-2013, 03:26 PM   #1
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DS can't stay dry overnight yet, and I recently switched to cloth trainers, his "nighttime underwear", we call them.
I have a few different kinds, Super undies, Mother Goose Designs and Ladder Hill designs. All designed for nighttime. The ladder hill ones are loose around the leg cuffs, so that might be the problem there, but the others fit fine.
BUT, he leaks EVERY night. I admit, he's a heavy wetter, and we are limiting liquid after 6 p.m. He will get up and go when he's awake, but sleeps so deep, I'm doing laundry daily.
I have a variety of soakers to stuff them with (the MGD have a pocket, so I add extra)
I have: BG microfiber, Imagine smartfit bamboo, a hemp best bottoms nighttime.
I try to double layer in the front.

ANY suggestions?
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:11 PM   #2
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I never had much luck with night time trainers. DD leaked out of every one, which meant a change of clothes, new sheets, and new mattress pad nearly every night. That got old fast.

I put DD in velcro BGs. She didn't leak out of those and she could take them off herself when she needed to go pee in the morning. A mattress pad over the sheets also helped simplify making the bed.
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Old 04-04-2013, 01:09 AM   #3
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Motherease! U wont regret it, try toddlease or sandys, i use sandys at night without a cover andits great, its considered a diaper but it slips on like undies and has side snaps that are really comfy
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The ones that work best for my heavy wetter are trimsies. I had Monique do a sewn in soaker and add a pocket so I could stuff in my flip overnight organic inserts to add extra absorbency. He hasn't had a leak yet in them.
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Whatever we use at night for my DS, it has to be covered in wool or windpro fleece longies/shorties/soaker. You cannot put cotton PJS over them, or I guarantee your heavy wetter will soak through them. Even plain fleece PJs don't work well enough for us. It has to be Windpro or wool. And heavy stuffing is a must here, I'm sorry to say.
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We LOVE our super undies!
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