Best Overnight Diapers for Toddlers / Heavy Wetters - Sposie
To prevent diaper leaks, pair your Sposie diaper booster pad with one of these 7 top-rated overnight diapers
When it comes to keeping your baby dry and comfortable at night after they have started digesting solids at around 6 months, setting them up for a good night’s sleep with a diaper that can last through the night is essential.
An overnight diaper is going to be more absorbent than a standard diaper. Because it’s more absorbent, it’s going to be a safer bet for longer stretches of time; most parents bring an overnight diaper into the mix when their baby starts getting into a long and more predictable sleep routine.
But not all babies are the same size or have the same routines—and not all diapers—be they overnight diapers or standard diapers—are created equally. One way to find peace of mind when it comes to your baby’s sleep situation at the 6-month mark is to add a Sposie booster pad to your bedtime routine. For even more protection against leaks, pair your overnight diaper of choice with a Sposie booster pad to further extend the diaper’s usage time and ensure that your baby sleeps well all through the night.
A booster pad can turn any diaper into an overnight diaper. This means that if you have an extended supply of standard diapers you can go ahead and keep using what you have on hand, which means a lower amount of diapers you need to store, a cost savings, and the opportunity to practice eco-friendly consumerism (go Green!). You also don’t have to worry about whether a Sposie booster pad is going to fit with your favorite diaper brand—these super-absorbent booster pads are actually designed to work with any diaper on the market and increase the comfortable usage time considerably.
Another great thing about booster pads is that they are game-changer when your baby is in between diaper sizes. No need to buy a whole new supply of a whole new diaper size—you can actually extend the life of a smaller diaper to that of the next size up by adding a booster into the mix.
You can also keep a stash of booster pads at the grandparents’ house, at your daycare facility, and in your own diaper bag or in the glove compartment of your car for any just-in-case moments away from home when your baby is struggling to sleep or nap in a new place, or when you just haven’t packed enough regular diapers or need to go longer between changes (like on an airplane flight or long car ride).
To help parents stock their nursery with the supplies and baby care essentials we first want to share our guide to the best overnight diapers on the market. All can be paired with a booster pad for even more protection if you need it. When shopping for an overnight diaper—or really any diaper, for that matter—you’ll want to check for the number of hours the diaper will last for, the materials it’s crafted for (you can never be too knowledgeable about the products that directly touch your baby’s sensitive skin—and whether they offer special features like color-changing indicators, wings, or graphics that make them attractive to toddlers.
Here are our top seven picks for the best overnight diapers to keep your baby dry and happy—whether they’re napping, sleep training, or in for the night after a long day of exploring this great, big world.
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