How to lose night-time nappies
- They ask not to wear a nappy at night or they take it off themselves.
- Their nappy is only slightly damp or is dry in the morning a few nights in a row.
- Your child wakes in the night to take themselves to the toilet.
- On the mattress I have a waterproof mattress protector.
- Then a bedsheet
- Next another mattress protector
- Followed by another bedsheet
- On the top layer I like to use a disposable protector sheet
- I then like to have a spare duvet and pillow made up to one side.
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