We didn't use overnights with my older kids till they slept all night. But this baby has already leaked out of his diapers at night so I was considering getting some. I don't usually change diapers at night unless I smell poop or baby seems uncomfortable.
At this point DS2 poops nearly every time he eats so I change his diaper every time I feed him. DS1 was the same and I can't remember when it changed, but when he just peed overnight we used pampers baby dry and didn't change it until morning.
It hasn't been an issue with P yet. She likes to poop, so she gets a fresh diaper with almost every feed. If I don't smell poop then I don't change her but that's very rare. She hates her diaper changed and screams through most of it, so if she's just wet I'm leaving it. I didn't ever really need overnights for C. I think we tried pampers baby dry for a little while, but mostly because I bought the wrong diapers or they were on sale. Another option is going up a size for night time. (I never had to do this either.)
Post by starsandshamrocks123 on Jun 26, 2017 7:45:03 GMT -5
I started using them when DS was older. Maybe a year old or a little earlier. They're expensive. You could always size up. I actually size up in the overnights too. I think pampers discontinued the overnight ones that aren't swaddlers we use the baby dry
We had some baby constipation issues early on, but now baby is pooping enough - but is somehow already on a bit of a pooping schedule? A giant poop when he wakes for the day but normally none overnight.
Post by maggie6424 on Jun 27, 2017 18:42:15 GMT -5
Overnight diapers are really only a good idea for older babes. I personally wouldn't use them before 3 or 4 months, or when baby sttn. Skin is so sensitive at this age that I wouldn't want to irritate it. However, they're fantastic for later when kids start wetting through their regular diaper. I usually buy the size up in overnights.
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