B.N. asks from Wesley Chapel, FL on August 29, 2007
Leaky Diapers - Tampa, FL
My daughter is 15 months old and almost every morning she wakes up and her diaper has leaked, she is soaked and so is her bed. I have tried all of the brand name diapers and the Babies R Us brand and nothing seems to hold overnight. Any suggestions?
So What Happened?™
Thank your for all of the suggestions. I feel silly because I did not even think of going up to the next size diapers but I went out that day and bought the next size and my daughter has woken up dry since then. We both thank you!
T.H. answers from Tampa on May 08, 2008
When this was happening to us one of the diaper companies suggested using the next size diaper, they hold more. It worked for us. Good luck!
D.D. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
You could also try the Huggies "overnights." They worked well when my daughter was leaking all over too.
E.T. answers from Tampa on September 01, 2007
we were having the same issues so we use huggies at night at a cheap brand during the day
T.P. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
try moving her up a size. That worked for me!
S.T. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
I have heard one of two things can help. One is to go up a size in diapers and two they have these inserts they sell at Publix that are like a pad that you put in their diapers and it is supposed to help soak up some of that overnight pee. My daughter has had this problem as well but I have just stopped giving her liquids after 6pm.
C.L. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
The only brand that has NEVER leaked on me is White Cloud. They sell them at Wal Mart and are pretty cheap. I was hesitant to buy them because they a generic brand but I love them! Pampers worked for me too, but they leaked sometimes, Huggies ALWAYS leaked but I hear they work well for boys. Also, make sure you are not giving your daughter too much liquids close to bedtime! Good Luck!
L.K. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
Maybe try some of the Good Nite pull ups by Huggies Brand. My daughter is three and still has to wear them at night. They get very soaked but hardly ever leak.
J.T. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
i use diaper doublers. they sell them at walmart publix etc. they are right next to the diapers in a blue plastic wrapping, they might not be called diaper doublers but they are basicly a maxi pad for urine. My daughter does the same thing and they save me from washing the sheets EVERY morning.
R.H. answers from Tampa on August 30, 2007
Try "Huggies Overnight" diapers. They worked great for my daughter!