Toddler overnight diaper options
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|Mon, 10-22-2012 - 10:03am|
I'm wondering if anyone has any new ideas for me. My DS is now about to turn 2. He's a big kid (32 pounds) and has gotten to the point where he is a very heavy wetter. He will stay dry for fairly long periods of time and then everything just breaks loose. I'm wondering if I have to go to disposable at this point, because I can't change my kid's clothes and sheets everytime he goes to the bathroom.
We've been double-stuffing his daycare diapers (fuzzibuns and swaddlebees simplex 2.0) and that will hold about 50% of the time. But he soaks through at nap time generally at school and needs a change of clothes when he wakes up, and clean sheet/blanket the next day. At home for naps, we do 2 prefolds in a Thirsties Duo Wrap or Swaddlebees Capri cover and generally come out ok for a 2-3 hour nap. But last week we went through so many pairs of pants at daycare with his wet-throughs, that we were basically out of clothes by Friday.
Plus, we are having major trouble with our overnight (currently cloth) diapers. We are generally using a Mother-ease one sized bamboo fitted with the extra bamboo insert and then either putting a mother ease cover or a wool cover over it. He is just about to outgrow the mother-ease diapers. They are currently snapped at the largest setting and are tight enough that they are leaving little red marks on his hips. Other problem would be that they are maxed out and leaking many nights (but not all). He generally sleeps about 9 hours at night uninterrupted and then wakes up with a completely soaked diaper, wet pajama pants, possibly wet shirt and sheet.
Does anyone have ideas or suggestions for something that will be large enough and have the capacity we need? But I'm afriad that most of it won't be big enough.
Any suggestions appreciated!!!