Hi all, I am hoping for a good suggestion for nighttime. We CD'd until I went back to work, and then just at night due to daycare requirements. Now, she's daytime PT'd but still wets at night. We were just doing disposable pullups, but I hate them. They give her a rash, and they cost $ and make the bathroom stink (we got rid of the diaper pail and I refuse to buy another). I tried waterproof training pants, but they aren't absorbant enough and I was washing the bedding every day. I gave away most of my stash when she was pt'd daytime, but I have a few thirsties AIOs, a BG 3.0 OS and a Happy Heineys pocket. Problem is, they aren't cutting it for all night. Can I just buy some inserts/doublers and lay those in the AIOs? I only have the one pocket left, and I got rid of all my prefolds. Or, if I go buy some gerber pfs at the store, would those work as doublers?View Thread
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