This post brought to you by GoodNites. All opinions are 100% mine.
Little Boy has been potty trained and for some time now we have found that he has been waking up from wetting the bed. Not every single night, but enough to give us that “Huh?!” feeling. It is confusing since we don’t always let him sip water past 7:30 pm, and we always remind him to use the restroom before he lays down for bedtime. It is our routine, and him wetting the bed throws a wrench into that well-oiled machine we have practiced at.
We received a jumbo pack of GoodNites Underwear for Little Boy to begin an undercover mission to become pee-free once again! Our undercover mission entailed him wearing GoodNites Spiderman Underwear for three days solid. Whether he was sleeping, eating breakfast, or even visiting our local library’s summer reading program… he was determined to accomplish this mission. I was determined to do whatever I needed to so that he was successful as well.
GoodNites Underwear are meant for ages 4 & up, and are specially designed for laying down. Even though the underwear are plush, they are very discrete in nature. You are unable to see a “diaper bottom” that “big boys” are too old for.
After three successful days, Little Boy is now able to sleep through the night without wetting his bed, and we’ve even went a few nights in actual underwear to test out our successful mission. I like that the GoodNites Underwear are interesting to Little Boy so that he is excited about trying to becoming the Superhero of his own bed! I also like that nobody except us knows that he is wearing a pair of disposable underwear just in case we have an “Oops!” moment arise.
Visit “Mission Control” located on GoodNites Facebook page to take part in conversations about children wetting the bed initiated by other parents who are experiencing the same “supernatural” battles that you are. You can sign up for the undercover mission online, and be entered to win weekly prizes! Use code 8675 on either the GoodNites website or Facebook page.
Tell me, is your child the superhero of their bed, or are they still struggling with the issue of bedwetting?