If your child loves to sleep on their tummies, but they keep facing frequent midnight leaks from their diaper which eventually wakes them up, then go for the best overnight diapers that will protect them from any leakage during the night, from brands like-
- Pampers Swaddlers Overnight
- Luvs Triple Leakguard Diapers
- Pampers Pure Protection Diapers
- Huggies Overnight Diapers
- The Honest Company Overnight Diapers
- Goodnites Bedwetting Underwear for toddlers
- BumGenius All-in-one cloth diapers
Every child is different; some babies like to sleep sideways, some on their back with their hands above their heads, while some sleep peacefully when they’re on their tummies.
It’s cute and cozy to look at a baby sleeping peacefully in their crib and a big moment of relaxation and relief for parents who can either get their work done around the house or get their much-needed sleep.
But, it’s a pain in the back when you hear your child waking and crying in the middle of the night because of a diaper malfunction.
According to my parents and grandparents, diapers are a boon to parents now because it’s hassle and mess-free *most of the times*.
Growing up in India in the 90s, diapers weren’t available easily for middle-class families, so I was raised by my mother tying langot (cloth diaper but without a pad) around my waist.
The messy part was every time I pee, the langot would get soaking wet. My mother would need to change it, and you can purely imagine how many times a baby pees and poops in a day.
Having said and remembering where I come from, diapers are surely a boon for modern-day parents.
Still, it comes with its downs too, like frequently leaking if the size of the diaper is too small or too big, or if your baby keeps turning over her tummy and back frequently, or if there are gaps between the diaper and the thighs.
So, having tested out several diaper brands for my son and my nephew in the U.S.- Here are the top 9 best diaper brands you can use for your cute, little tummy sleeper.
Also, parents, you need to remember that what worked for my child doesn’t necessarily have to work for your baby. So, before buying in bulk, first, test out a few brands, and see which works best for your baby.
Best overnight diapers for tummy sleepers
1. Pampers Swaddlers Overnight
The Pampers Swaddlers Overnight is one of the best choices for overnight diapers, especially for tummy sleepers. It’s a great option for newborns, and the size range goes from 0-7.
These paraben and rubber-free diapers are extremely soft and tender on the baby’s skin and come with an umbilical cord notch to protect the belly.
The best part is they give up to 12 hours of protection overnight and work great for long trips with your baby.
Pampers diapers are always a great choice for daytime, so there’s no doubt their overnight diapers will do as it claims.
Pampers Swaddlers Overnight diapers also come with a wetness indicator and heart quilt liners that pull away wetness from the baby’s skin without drying out the skin.
2. Luvs Triple Leakguard Diapers
As the name suggests, these are truly leak-guard diapers, and the good thing is the Luvs Triple Leakguard Diapers are very budget-friendly but still effective.
These diapers have special leg gatherings that don’t let moisture leak from the diaper. Luvs Triple Leakguard Diapers is also great for soaking up the liquid quickly and keeps the baby nice and dry.
These diapers are also designed with refastenable diapers, so you don’t have to worry if the fit isn’t perfect the first time. Of course, you can always peel the tabs back and try again.
3. Pampers Pure Protection Diapers
The Pure Protection Diapers line from Pampers isn’t just great for daytime, but many parents prefer this for overnight diapers.
While giving protection for up to 12 hours, these diapers are hypoallergenic and are made from cotton, plant-based fibers with absolutely no use of lotion, chlorine bleaching, fragrance, or parabens.
You can choose this as overnight diapers as it’s nonirritating to babies with sensitive skin.
Pampers Pure Protection Diapers come in various sizes from newborn to toddler and have adorable prints on them.
4. Huggies Overnight Diapers
One of the best overnight diapers that actually works like a charm, Huggies Overnight Diapers have extra absorption than daytime diapers.
They are super soft, comfortable, and absorbent and can hold liquid without getting extra soggy or leaving little ‘snowflake’ like things on the baby’s skin.
These are great for tummy sleepers as it has a snug fit waistband and double fit grips for a better secure fit. These overnight diapers also claim to provide 12 hours of protection overnight and feature a DryTouch liner that absorbs wetness on contact.
Huggies Overnight Diapers are hypoallergenic, latex, paraben, and fragrance-free.
5. The Honest Company Overnight Diapers
Besides being absolutely adorable, the Honest Overnight Diapers are great for sensitive skin as they’re made from fluff pulp and other plant-based materials.
These diapers are also hypoallergenic, and latex, and paraben-free and have 20x times more absorption more than their regular Honest Diapers without being too bulky on your baby’s bum.
Apart from being fragrance-free, Honest Overnight Diapers come with a stretchy waistband and side panels which come along with side cuffs and maintains a secure fit on your baby’s belly.
6. Goodnites Bedwetting Underwear for toddlers
Parents who have potty-trained your child, this one is for you. Goodnites Bedwetting Underwear is made especially for toddlers who still wet their bed in sleep.
Just because toddlers are potty-trained doesn’t mean they’ll always have dry nights, especially when they’re deep sleepers.
Goodnites diapers can be considered training underwear, and as your child grows and can stop the urge to pee in the bed, you can slowly transition them to regular underwear. But, till then, these diapers are a great choice.
Goodnites Underwear is available for both boys and girls and has 5 layers of absorbent material with stretchy sides and leg barriers to prevent any leak from the underwear.
Another exciting part of this underwear has a Marvel character print on it for boys and Disney princesses for girls.
The underwear for boys has an extra absorbent layer in the front, while it’s near the bottom for girls. They also absorb odor.
So, Goodnites Bedwetting Underwear is great for toddlers who are still being potty trained and haven’t been able to sleep through the night without wetting the bed.
7. BumGenius All-in-one cloth diapers
Another great option for parents who aren’t into regular diapers can always go for cloth diapers.
These cloth diapers come in one-size-fits-all, and the BumGenius Cloth Diaper can be worn by babies weighing anywhere between 7 to 35 lbs.
The outer material of this cloth diaper is made from laminated polyester that stops any leakage from the diaper, and the inner material is made from moisture-absorbing polyester, which keeps your little one comfortable and dry.
These cloth diapers have butterfly snaps that close in the front, and they also come with extra-absorbent pads, which you can insert at night for extra absorption and protection from leakage.
Should I wipe my baby every time after she pees?
It’s not necessary to wipe your baby after every time you change her diaper or when she pees, but wipe her after every poopy diaper, and always wipe from front to the back to help prevent the spread of bacteria.
Can I put 2 diapers on a baby at night?
You can put 2 diapers on your baby at night, but another way is- you can change your baby’s diaper right before bedtime and choose from any of the overnight diapers I suggested above that works for your child.
Which diapers can hold the most liquid?
You would need some trials and errors to see which diaper can hold the most liquid because not every child is the same. So, if your child can be heavy wetter at night, then go for overnight diapers that have more absorption than daytime diapers.
There is no rule of thumb on choosing the perfect diaper for your baby. What the internet ranked as the best diaper may not work at all for your baby. So, buy a few packs from different brands with fewer diapers, and see which works best, and there’s no leak at night.
Also, comment down below, letting me know your favorite overnight diapers for your baby and which are you planning to buy next?