Thursday, August 8, 2013

GoodNites Underwear Undercover Mission

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of GoodNites for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Let's face it... potty training and bedwetting are two battles that every parent dreads, especially mom.  Not only can it be a daily struggle but often times it turns into a battle for both mom and child.

GoodNites Underwear are the most absorbent pants for boys and girls ages 4 and up. GoodNites are specially made to protect while your child is lying down, so they help keep pajamas and bedding dry all night long and feature plush comfort with a discreet design.

GoodNites are easy to pull on and off, are made of soft, comfortable, flexible and most important absorbant material, and don't leave your child with a bulky bottom.  They can easily be worn both at home or for a little extra security while traveling.  They also come in a variety of fun designs that make wearing them fun for children.

If I learned anything when my children were potty training and having trouble with bedwetting it night - I learned that patience and being consistent were the keys to success!  

Check out the GoodNites Facebook page (aka “Mission Control’) to engage in conversations around bedwetting and offer/receive honest advice in a private, trusting environment.  Often times connecting with other parents struggling with the same issues as you can offer piece of mind, comfort, and can even lead to tips and tricks that you haven't considered.

Don't forget to sign up for the GoodNites undercover mission for your chance to win weekly prizes. Use the following code to enter: 8675.

What is your best piece of advice for parents with children struggling with bedwetting?

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Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing your tips for other parents & info on their contest!

Ms D said...

I don't really have any advice, but great info!!

Liz Mays said...

Patience is a good thing to remind parents about because a child's readiness timeline may not at all sync with ours. We just have to accept it!

Janet W. said...

I really need to try these on my grandson at night. He's still wetting the bed at times, but for the most part he wakes up dry.

Sippy Cup Mom said...

Patience and don't push too hard!

Jessica @FoundtheMarbles said...

We went through summer regression periods. The only thing we did was to keep on encouraging the potty and wait it out. As soon as school began and schedules got back to normal so did our potty training.

Becca said...

Patience. Though it's tough, it's worth it to not try and fail three times before he or she is ready!

Jackie said...

I have been lucky in the potty training department thus far. All 4 kids have taken to potty training rather well and accidents were few and far between.

That said it still takes time and patience to get through it!