Newborns and young infants often wake at night out of hunger. Have any experience with that? If so, you know how it goes — you wake to find your little one wet and cold and wailing loudly. Sometimes, one leaky diaper is all it takes to turn a peaceful night of sleep into a chaotic mess! How do you stop leaky diapers from waking your baby or toddler at night? Ignore this tip if you have an infant; babies need to nurse or take in formula frequently , and you should never withhold a feeding from your baby in order to prevent diaper leaks.
Kate is a mother of two and holds a Bachelor of Science B. She's also a passionate researcher. As parents, we work hard to make our babies comfortable in hopes that they will sleep peacefully through the night. We make sure our babies have full tummies, are warm, and have a clean diaper. It can be frustrating when we do all of this only to have our little ones wake up a couple of hours later because they have peed through their diapers and are now wet, cold, uncomfortable, and wide awake.
Size is a huge part of finding the right diaper fit for your baby. As you know, babies come in all different shapes and sizes. And just like clothing, diapers fit every baby differently.
Author: Heidi Holvoet, PhD. A wet diaper is a top cause of night wakings. Use simple tricks and help your baby sleep through the night in spite of nappy-wetting, including using simply the right size, extra layers and cloth diapers. Bedwetting is not the issue, nor the appropriate term for a young baby, they are not supposed to be dry at night yet. But a tiny nappy really can get overfull, wetting baby's clothes, covers and bed