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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Parent’s Choice Overnight Baby Diapers.






I hate to admit but Kenzie is still not night time trained.  I keep telling myself that she will just get it when she's ready just like daytime training (forced training didn't work quite well) but I guess I should be a bit more strict.  Until then, both she and Mason wear diapers at night.  Since I am still nursing Mason during the night, I usually change his diaper once because I don't want leakage - changing sheets plus baby clothes in the middle of the night is no fun, especially after 9 months.  It's expected in the first few months but now.... I wish he would sleep through the night.  






I was excited to try Parent's Choice Overnight Baby Diapers because the cost of a pull-up and at least 2 regular diapers each night is becoming costly.  Size 4 is for tots 22-36 pounds so Mason and Kenzie wear the same size.  I tried it out on both of them and guess who is a happy future customer?  





The thinness of the diaper is on par with our usual brand and it has soft stretchy sides to securely fit both Mason and Kenzie.  A unique feature of these overnight diapers is that the soft inner liner is hypoallergenic and treated with Vitamin E and aloe for protecting smooth baby skin by reducing rashes.   




The print is simple and clean.  I love that these kept both of my kiddos dry throughout the night and I didn't have to change Mason - hallelujah!  You can see that the diaper is about to burst and bulging.  However, Mason's skin was dry to the touch and no complaints in the morning.   





The savings I am going to see is definitely going to be fantastic.  The 74 count pack of size 4 Parent's Choice Overnight Baby Diapers is only $13.97.  This means 74 nights of dry baby bottom and $ in my pocket.  These are truly affordable overnight diapers.  

Available sizes: Size 3 (86 count) for 16-28 lbs, Size 4 (74 count) for 22-37 lbs, Size 5 (62 count) for 27+ lbs, Size 6 (54 count) for 35+ lbs.

Night time protection for babies is an important consideration for parents as their little one grows. Ordinary diapers may not have enough absorbent capacity to handle multiple voids over long periods of time with older babies. When wet mornings become the norm, parents start looking for more protection to guard against overnight leaks.



Parent’s Choice Overnight Baby Diapers are super absorbent for overnight and long-trip protection. This is an overnight diaper at prices that everyone can afford!



This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Parent’s Choice Overnight Baby Diapers.

10 comments:

  1. I'd love to try these on my grandson at night! They are probably cheaper than what we're using, but just as effective.

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  2. I actually was asked to try a pack and I really love them. I am both a fan of sposies and cloth diapers.

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  3. My cousin will want to try these as soon as she has her baby.

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  4. Wow that is awesome! I girls would love this, I will have to forward this on to them. Thanks for sharing your information.

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  5. Thankfully I am finished with diapers, I never did try this brand but they do look like they work great.

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  6. Thanks for posting about these! I hate spending tons of money on overnight diapers. I have a very heavy wetter and she'll sometimes soak through fairly quickly. These look like quality, inexpensive diapers- I'll have to give them a try!

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  7. I have been wanting try those. This review just might push me to finally buy them.

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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  8. Isn't it crazy how full a baby's diaper can be in the morning? I use cloth diapers and at first we had absolutely not leaks. Then my baby hit about 9 months of age and she really started peeing in the morning. I'd use pocket diapers with a microfiber insert and a hemp insert and still she'd leak on occasion. Since we practice occasional elimination communication I knew that putting her on the potty was an option but she didn't always want to wake up in the morning. I noticed one morning when I had to get her up for an early appointment that the diaper I'd just taken off her was completely dry. That really surprised me for some reason. I'd practiced part time EC with two of her older siblings and they would wake up dry but I had been extremely lax with her and hadn't put her on the potty in months. I began putting her on the potty on the mornings since then when she'd wake up to nurse and she didn't mind at all. I have her potty on the bathroom counter in front of a full mirror so she's very happy to smile and flirt with the pretty baby looking back at her.lol. She fills that Little Potty most mornings! Other mornings if I'm being lazy (lol) I'll let her play on the bed if she's content to do so and she'll go in her diaper. I think if I had an older baby/toddler/preschooler who still wet the bed but wasn't old enough to do their own laundry I'd probably try to get them on the potty early or put them in a cloth overnight pant with a wool cover. :)

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    1. Tell me more about elimination communication please :)

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