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Old 01-17-2014, 09:40 PM   #1
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Looking for a larger nighttime pull up solution for my 37 pounder...

I am currently using Thirsties Large covers with flats bifolded in them. My son is nearing the weight limit on these and there is not much room left in them.

He only wets a few nights a week, but I definitely still need a night time solution for him. Would love to continue to use cloth with him, but don't want to pay a ton of money for a solution for him.

Anyone know a good, reasonably priced nighttime PULL UP option for a nearly 40 pounder?

Also, I dont need it to be crazy trim, but I will not put him in HUGELY fluffy diapers as I can't fit pajamas over all that business...

Thanks!

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Old 01-17-2014, 10:15 PM   #2
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Re: Looking for a larger nighttime solution for my 37 pounder...

After quick reading, I see 2 options standing out for me...super undies and mother goose designs. Anyone have reviews on these or can tell me which one would be better? At $30 a pop, I really don't wanna just "give it a whirl"
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:15 AM   #3
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Re: Looking for a larger nighttime solution for my 37 pounder...

We use Bummis Super Snap XL on my 38lber and it is fully snapped, no snaps exposed. It also fits my 54lber with no problem and extra room to grow. We use two flats folded together too. Or a large bamboo prefold with one flat. I can't justify "trying" something for $30 either. The only other thing I know that works is a Sbish OBF. But them can be a pain to get the toddler stink out of.
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:38 AM   #4
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Thanks 3peasinapod....any idea who carries these?

Also, is there a "flap" inside to tuck the flats into?
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Re: Looking for a larger nighttime pull up solution for my 37 pounder...

Bumping because I changed my question a bit - looking for a pull up please. Can someone make a recommendation - super undies, mothergoose designs, something else??? Tell me what to get and why you like it~ thanks
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bumping for input....i went ahead and ordered 1 mgd and thought I would start there. Hoping someone can chime in
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:19 AM   #7
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Bumping because I changed my question a bit - looking for a pull up please. Can someone make a recommendation - super undies, mothergoose designs, something else??? Tell me what to get and why you like it~ thanks
I have two pairs of the Fuzzibunz like this in xl for my 8 yo.

http://www.diaperjunction.com/super-...ng-paints.html

They are okay - but I hate stuffing them, and unstuffing them when they are saturated with 8 year old boy pee. It is one of my most dreaded tasks. They work though. I use an extra microfiber insert in addition to the one that is there. I still have the occasional leak but it isn't that bad.

I think if we keep it up - I want to try Mothergoose designs. I have read really nice things.
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Re: Looking for a larger nighttime pull up solution for my 37 pounder...

Toddle ease diapers should pull up and down easily but also provide the snaps to easily remove them when wet without having to drag a wet diaper or undy down the legs. You can use upcycled wool longies or even use the fleece blanket pajamas or fleece longies for a cover. I know the pajamas work because my husband will forget the cover when putting them on. The first time I caught it was when I went to do the morning change. Since we co-sleep I would have noticed any leaks long before.
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what about overnight trainers? There are some wahms that make them. Or bigger brands
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:27 PM   #10
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Mother-ease bedwetter pants.
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