baby beehinds night cloth nappy review

Baby Beehinds Night Cloth Nappy: Cloth Nappy Doctor Review

baby beehinds night cloth nappy reviewThe Baby Beehinds Night Cloth Nappy would be one of the most talked about cloth nappies. Why? Parents have very mixed experiences with this cloth nappy. Over the years the most common review is that its bulky and not great for skinny babies. Alternatively its perfect for heavy wetters and getting sleep at night!

Keep in mind that it is bulky as it has a massive amount of absorbency. And it can feel like its swimming on skinny babies, due to this. The trick is to experiment with obtaining a great fit.

The Baby Beehinds Night cloth nappy costs $30 and comes in 3 sizes:

small 2.7-5.5 kg

medium 5-11 kg

large 10.5-16 kg

Made from layers of heavy bamboo material and layers of stay dry microfleece the skin, this makes the cloth nappy a powerhouse of absorbency. By layering the tails inside the nappy you can obtain up to 23 layers of bamboo absorbency.

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These great tips on how to fold the insert come from Baby Beehinds.

For Boys & Tummy Sleepers.
Step 1. Lie your insert face down so the pear shaped insert & stay dry layer is on the table/bench face down & the tails are together laid out full length, towards the skinny end of the pear shaped insert.

Step 2. Take the end of the tail, (both layers) & fold in three towards the middle of the pear shaped insert. That should give you 7 layers at the front of the nappy & just the 1 layer at the back.

For Girls
Step 1. Lie your insert face down so the pear shaped insert & stay dry layer is on the table/bench face down & the tails are together laid out full length, towards the skinny end of the pear shaped insert.

Step 2.Take the end of the tail, (both layers) & fold back so it touches the fat end of the pear shaped insert. This should give you 5 layers at the front & 3 layers at the back.

Back sleepers.
Step 1. Lie your insert face down so the pear shaped insert & stay dry layer is on the table/bench face down & the tails laid out in opposite directions.

Step 2. Take one of the long inserts & fold it back so it touches the opposite end of the pear shaped insert.

Step 3. Take the other long insert & fold it back to it touches the opposite end of the pear shaped insert. /

This should give you 4 layers across the whole insert (including the pear shaped insert).

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To make this a super night nappy add a wool booster and/or a wool cover.

A PUL or Minky cover will work really well, just make sure the cover has a wide bottom to allow for the size of this cloth nappy.

Share with us your thoughts on the Baby Beehinds Night Cloth Nappy.

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2 thoughts on “Baby Beehinds Night Cloth Nappy: Cloth Nappy Doctor Review

  1. Hi Tennille, I’m interested in the baby beehinds night nappy for my little boy, he seems to move a lot at night and is a tummy and a back sleeper, do you think I should evenly distribute the absorption? Also would this nappy fit with the grovia pul snap covers? My little man has pretty slim thighs so my worry is leakage with too much bulk inside & leaving gaps at the legs in the pul cover. Thoughts?

    • Hi Annabel
      Thanks for your query!
      Yes I would evenly distribute the absorption if he sleeps all over the place. If you feel its not quite right, very easy to adjust.
      I reckon the M size would fit with a Grovia cover, but no the L to provide a good seal.
      Re the fit, make sure you get the right size, and you can put the snaps on the waist on an angle for a tighter fit.

      If you are looking for less bulk, have a look at the Bummis Dimple Diaper. Its a great heavy wetter nappy with additional booster.

      Good luck
      Tennille

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