Anyone else have trouble with huggies diapers?

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Postby ivycrystals » Sun Aug 28, 2011 5:59 pm

Have you tried the Walgreens brand? I love them when we use sposies!
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Postby Grooviechick » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:49 pm

Sign up for Amazon Mom on amazon.com. You can get subscribe and save and get the biggest box of Pampers for $13 cheaper than Sams! I always have had problems with Huggies when I've tried them, only use Pampers Sensitive. He's in a size 4 and I pay $30 for a box that lasts a month, shipped to my house for free! SO worth it!!
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Postby fortune313 » Sat Sep 03, 2011 7:11 pm

I HATE Huggies!!! My son is always soaked if he is in them overnight or if he poops it will go up the back. His grandmother always buys him huggies and as soon as we get home I change him into Target brand. Those things can hold a waterfall and we rarely have full blowouts with those.
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Postby BeccaM » Sat Sep 10, 2011 7:17 am

My son is still a bit under a year old, and we mostly do cloth, as well. However, Huggies is the only brand that I've tried that doesn't leak overnight with him, if I need to use them. He also doesn't blow out of them (so far, but he doesn't wear them that often).

I also tried Target diapers and for the price they're pretty decent, but he did leak a couple of times.

Hate pampers (they smell) and the WalMart brand gave him a rash and leaked in the bargain :(.

Huggies is the only disposable I'll buy!
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Postby JADE0199 » Fri Sep 16, 2011 7:32 am

Nikkijames wrote:Weird, we use Huggies and only Huggies here. I stopped using Pampers after the whole drymax issue :dunno:


same here. Love Huggies for all 3 of my children. I would have suggested going up a size but it sounds like you did that already. sorry, I am of no help.
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Postby JADE0199 » Fri Sep 16, 2011 7:33 am

We used to use the Huggies Overnights when my boys were wetting more. We now use regular for overnight. Though, I should be embarrassed to say :oops: that my boys aren't potty trained yet. :oops:
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