For heavy wetter overnight, hemp prefold or hemp doubler?
coconut / 8498 posts
Bump! I'm thinking about switching to cloth overnight. Would love to hear people's ideas.
coconut / 8305 posts
I would also like to know other CD moms favorite hemp brands!
P is SO a heavy wetter and we've used Thirsties hemp inserts in her fitteds and she'll STILL wet through! Maybe a different brand would be better?..
pear / 1570 posts
We use the BG 4.0s and LO wets through two microfleece. I did have mom mama tell me a hemp doubler but wanted to know what The Hive thought!
Have you tried Flip organic inserts? I hate the 4.0 micro fleece inserts, so when I use 4.0s (just for naps), I stuff with the Flips. They're super absorbent, and I bet you could use one and a hemp doubler for nighttime.
pear / 1895 posts
@littlebittyhouse: Did you decide?.. Insert or doubler?.. Brand? P is leaking through her single MF quite often these days so I need a solution!
grapefruit / 4110 posts
I liked the gDiapers cloth in many of my diapers. It has both cotton and hemp but is super thin so I would put 2 or 3 in at a time.
pear / 1723 posts
@littlebittyhouse: we use bg4.0s stuffed with both microfiber onserts, and a knickernappies just hemp insert sandwiched between. For ds, i fold the newborn insert overtop for more front coverage, for dd, i just layer all three flat. It works SO well! We were changing ds diapers and clothes a ton overnight before we figured this out.
@runsyellowlites: no cloth solution. my 22lb/29" long LO is in a size 5 disposable overnight and at least once a week pees through it which as you know means a wet bed for mom and dad too. I'm thinking that if a disposable can't contain him no cloth solution will ??
I've been looking all day, and I think I've decided to go with the Babykicks Premium Joey Bunz :
An Amazon review said you could separate the two layers if you wanted to, and they get great reviews.
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