Babies Pee A LOT!
Did you know that around the age of 6 months the amount of urine your baby releases during their sleep doubles from before?
That's right. In fact, overnight your little one can go from peeing only 8 to 10 ounces a night to upwards of 30 ounces a night - leading to chronically soaked sheets. This is especially true for babies that are nursed through the night.
This is exactly what happened to me with my first baby, and why I created Pooters.
Pediatricians recommend your child get a total of 9 to 10 hours of sleep a night. For a new baby and a new parent, it’s already hard enough to get that, but the interruption of a diaper change during the night is sure to disrupt your little one’s sleeping pattern.
Your baby needs their beauty rest!
Today, the world is full of nighttime disposable diapers. Some work and some don't. But given that your child will spend nearly 18,000 hours sleeping and go through over 2,000 nighttime diapers from birth to age 5, what the world really needs right now is an eco-friendly nighttime diaper that actually works.
Pooters is the most absorbent, most eco-friendly, nighttime diaper on the market. Our best seller Overnight Super Soaker is able to hold up to 31 ounces - providing bullet-proof leak protection against nighttime leaks for up to 12 hours.
No more nighttime diaper changes or crib sheet changes required!
5 Reasons to Choose a Pooters Diaper
For better or worse, diapers are going to be your constant companion for years - at least 5 (or in my case, 12). So it’s no wonder that many parents put a lot of thought into which type of diapers to choose. And when it comes to choosing a diaper, it’s less about finding the “right” one and more about figuring out which diaper is right for you and for your family. To that end, there are 5 critical things you should consider to help make that choice.
1. The materials in the diaper
You should know what your diaper is made of because it will go against your baby's skin for at least 5 years of their life. Pooters has the safest materials. Pooters diapers are made from hemp – the most sustainable crop on the planet. Hemp is 2.5X times more absorbent than cotton (what most cloth diapers are made of) and can be grown and processed with only 5% of the amount of water needed to grow and process cotton – making making it carbon negative. Hemp is also extremely durable (62% more resistant to tears vs. cotton). All of this means that not only will Pooters diapers last 2 to 3 times longer than the average cloth diaper made from cotton or bamboo, but they do this using some of the safest materials on the planet (literally!).
2. How well it absorbs
Hemp holds double it’s weight in liquid, making it the most absorbent fiber on the market. This thirsty little fiber is why Pooters diapers have among the highest absorbency of any diaper (cloth or disposable) on the market. Our Overnight Super Soaker can hold 31 oz of liquid – beating out the #1 disposable nighttime diaper on the market - Pampers Baby Dry, which only holds 22 ounces.
3. How well it fits your baby
Pooters diapers are adjustable to fit any baby (skinny or chunky, short or long) up to 5 years old or 40 lbs. No need to purchase additional sizes. And the color coded snaps on the diaper and cover make it easy get the perfect, leak-free fit on your little one.
4. Won't irritate sensitive skin
Pooters diapers are made from hemp – a naturally anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and odor-resistant fiber. And the hollow fibers of hemp make it very breathable. Combined, these features help to reduce the potential for diaper rash - making Pooters the best choice for sensitive skin.
Consider this. From birth to age 5, your child will spend 1,825 nights in a diaper. If you have to change your kiddo's diaper at least once a night, this could cost you nearly $1400 on nighttime diapers alone - not to mention the hours spent rocking baby back to sleep and washing soaked crib sheets. Now, why would you do that, when you can buy my nighttime bundle and you and your little one can be set for every dry night to come? At just $80 for the Nighttime bundle, Pooters only costs 4 cents a night making them worth every one of your hard-earned pennies.