A disposable diaper really is desirable at night because it will hold several wettings before needing to be changed. The only time you might want to let the baby go without a diaper, or change him/her frequently is if there is a diaper rash or other irritation, otherwise a diaper is fine at night.
by Trish89 5 years ago
My daughter keeps taking off her diaper and peeing in the bed, help!She's about 1 and a half and lately before I get into her room in morning or after naps she has taken off her diaper completely and pees in the bed, why is she doing this?
by Mommy S 7 years ago
I have extensive experience and research in cloth diapering and I'd love to answer your questions! I think that not enough parents (and parents-to-be) out there know how much cloth diapering has changed and how easy it is! Therefore, I'm doing all I can to spread the word about it and help others...
by Kiz 6 years ago
Which diaper type is better - cloth or disposable?
by valeen82 8 years ago
can i give kali phos 3x to my 7 month old son to help him sleep better at night?he is breastfed and i do understand that he will need to eat more frequently than other babies who are not breastfed. He seems to be waking every 3 hrs or less. I will nurse him back to sleep because it seems to comfort...
by AustralianNappies 7 years ago
Do you use a barrier cream regularly when you use Disposable Nappies on your baby?
by Rebecca Graf 8 years ago
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