As you know, I’m a GoodNites Bed Mats ambassador. We’ve been trying them out with one of our children who sometimes wets the bed. If you haven’t heard of them before, they are these great disposable mats that you can put down right on top of your child’s sheets at night. They aren’t crinkly or noisy, they have a great adhesive that is super sticky but doesn’t leave a residue, and most importantly, they are super absorbent. So far, I’ve loved the ease of use, and if there is an accident while the GoodNites Bed Mat is on the bed – no sheet changes! It really is clear why GoodNites Bed Mats was awarded the 2013 Product of the Year in the Children’s Products category by Product of the Year USA. If you want to see how easy they are and just how great they work, check out my video.
Did you know that bedwetting and potty training don’t have anything to do with each other? It’s true. Potty training is when you are teaching a young child to use the toilet, where bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) is involuntary urination while sleeping after the age that bladder control normally happens. Because keeping dry at night isn’t something that’s taught, but rather something that’s outgrown, make sure you give your child the support they need when an accident does happen. Check out this infographic for more great facts about bedwetting – you might just learn something new!
If you want to learn more about bedwetting there is a ton of great educational information on the GoodNites website. Also, if you are ready to give GoodNites Bed Mats a try, grab this special coupon offer! (Please note – the coupon expires 2 weeks after the date that it was printed.) I’m looking forward to sharing one more post with you about how GoodNites Bed Mats have been working for us, as well as some of my personal tips on bedwetting.
Did you learn anything new about bedwetting?
Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of GoodNites. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.