I recently shared a post about overnight cloth diapers and Jessica at Carry Me Mommy reached out to let me know about one she sells that is a real hit with heavy wetters! Here is the Easy Peasies Dry-nights AIO cloth diaper! I have thoroughly tested this diaper on my 11 month old, and am excited to share with you my findings.
My last post on overnight cloth diapers sparked some great conversations and inspired me to write about Side Sleepers- that is, babies who sleep on their sides. If you are experiencing leg leaks overnight it could be because your baby is a side sleeper, or a fast wetter. These helpful tips and tricks can help slow down pee and lock it in the cloth diaper. You can utilize the flexibility of flat diapers, boosters and liners to make your fitted diapers bulletproof overnight! Adding a wool cover on top is not as intimidating as you might think, and will really…
In those early weeks your baby is up feeding every few hours and, if they’re like mine, pooping too. So you change several times overnight as needed. But once babe is sleeping longer (hallelujah) you’d rather not disturb them with a change overnight. Ordinary daytime cloth won’t last you, but there are a few different solutions that can go the distance!
Wait… Thirsties makes an overnight cloth diaper?! Why haven’t I heard of this?! If that’s what you’re thinking, you can relax. You didn’t miss out on a new product release. Thirsties hasn’t specifically made an overnight cloth diaper (at least not yet), BUT… I have successfully been using a simple twist on their Natural All In One for overnight and I want to share it with the world. If you love the Thirsties brand, then you want to check this out. Here’s my overnight cloth diaper solution, using only 2 Thirsties products.