Must Read for Every Mom: My Twins Sleep 12 Hours a Night! Huggies Edition

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Now that my babies are finally sleeping through the night – every night – I encountered a new issue (one that I am glad to have!): leaky morning diapers.  I remember when this first began to happen with Aspen so this time I knew exactly what to do – time to move to Huggies® Overnites®!

With Aspen I didn’t have a clue that there’s a difference between daytime diapers and nighttime diapers especially since I was using the same Huggies® Little Snugglers 24 hours a day on her.  But there’s a HUGE difference! Huggies® Overnites® have super absorbent capabilities with up to 12 hours of protection.  I wish someone would’ve told me what I’m telling you, it would have allowed Aspen to sleep even longer through the night.

So here’s the rundown.

The twins are on a schedule where they eat four times a day: first at around 7am (I never wake them up in the morning), next at about 10:30 followed by baby food, then at 2:00 followed by baby food again, and finally around 6:00 followed by BEDTIME!  This last bottle is 8.5 ounces so that’s a lot of liquid to contain until they wake up again 12 hours later (yes, they sleep 12 hours! It’s blissful!). Having been through my fair share of heavy morning diapers with Aspen, I anticipated this day with some Huggies® Overnites® on hand.  (Tip: My rule of thumb is that once my baby starts wearing Size 3 diapers then it’s time to buy the Huggies® Overnites®.)  

 

I’m telling you, follow my advice.  But if you need more proof then you should know I’m not the only one who loves them as they are the number 1 best-selling nighttime diaper.  And for good reason. 12 hours of sleep is worth its weight in gold!

 

 

 

 

4 Comments
  1. I’m so glad you posts this!! Thanks! Are you the rtwins on a nap schedule? My 3 month old
    Is doing the 30-45 catnaps 4 times a day. Any advice?

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