Sunday, September 21, 2014

Boost their confidence with #TRUFITBetterNites! #MC #Giveaway #sponsored

I participated in an Influencer Activation Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for GoodNites* TRU-FIT*. I received samples for this review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

Bedwetting.... if you have children, you've probably dealt with this issue at least once, but what if it is frequent occurrence? It can be a difficult thing to deal with. 

According to a GoodNites® brand study, it’s estimated that 1 in 6 children between the ages of 4-12 in the United States suffer from nocturnal enuresis, more commonly known as bedwetting. 

We've had a fair amount of trouble with two of our boys and night time dryness. We've been told by their pediatrician that it's something they will just have to grow out of (there's nothing wrong physically, so nothing more that we can do). 
We do try to help them, no drinks after dinner, using the bathroom right before bed, but that still doesn't help them not be embarrassed at sleep overs and camp. Research from the American Academy of Pediatrics shows that psychologically, children who wet the bed do not want to participate in fun activities, such as sleepovers, because of their fear and embarrassment. GoodNites* TRU-FIT* is the answer to their embarrassment. 

GoodNites* TRU-FIT* are just like real underwear. Really, I don't think anyone could tell any different when a child is wearing them. They have a secret waterproof pocket that holds a disposable pad. GoodNites* TRU-FIT* is machine-washable, real underwear with disposable, absorbent inserts that help keep sheets and PJs dry all night.

You can download a GoodNites* TRU-FIT* coupon for $3 off at http://www.goodnites.com/ourproducts/goodnites-trufit/ 

  

The GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Underwear Starter Pack includes two pair of underwear, and 5 disposable pads. 

GoodNites* TRU-FIT* have been great for our kids. We did have one leak, and I'm guessing that it was just because our son was laying on his side with a gap in the underwear. Otherwise, it has saved us a lot of time and laundry. The disposable pad refills are somewhat expensive but by not doing laundry you are saving money- and you can't put a price on a child's confidence. You can also find a coupon here to help with the cost.


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34 fantastic comments:

Lisa Brown said...

just reducing or limiting water or fluids right before bed.

steve weber said...

We've tried a bed wetting alarm.. that really works.

Julie Wood said...

I wish I would have had these Good Nights for my son. But I used a big rubber waterproof pad to keep the bed from getting wet. But that is all.

Elena said...

I didn't have this issue with my son, but if I did I would limit liquid consumption in the evening

Janet W. said...

We have a waterproof sheet called a Brolly Pad so if my grandson wets the bed, it gets on that pad and we don't have to change out all of the sheets.

peg42 said...

We have a waterproof mattress pad. Thanks so much.

abfantom said...

No, we have never tried any bed wetting tools

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Sarah Hayes said...

no shes still in diapers but id like to switch to these soon

Amanda said...

When dd was younger, we would put her in cloth trainers/diapers overnight but even then they would sometimes leak since she would pee so much! Limiting her fluid intake did no good nor did making her go before we went to bed. Luckily she has outgrown it!

Brandy Monday said...

We tried many even using plastic sheets :(

Rose Paden said...

no drinks before bed is a really good way to help with bed wetting!

Shelly Peterson said...

I never used any tools, but did cut off liquids before bed time and made sure he went potty right before bed.

clc408 said...

I used a waterproof flannel pad on my son's bed when he was small.

Mami2jcn said...

We stop drinks after 7 pm.

latanya t said...

so far no issues

akronugurl said...

i dont give drinks after 6

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cmgnwhisler said...

These would be awesome for our 10 year old daughter who HATES wearing the good nights that remind her of diapers.

LauraJJ said...

We have not tried anything else, other than we currently use the regular Goodnites every night. I think Carter would love these so much better!

crystalf said...

I did not allow anything to drink after a certain time and any time that I got up at night, I took them to the potty. Thank you!
crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

ahandy said...

I didn't have this issue with my sons.ArianaRose2@aol.com

sweepmom said...

I used the 'old fashioned' extra thick undies for my kids to help in case they had accidents.

Natalie Applewhite said...

I have not used any bedwetting tools, besides limiting liquids near bed time. :)

HS said...

We limit liquid consumption a few hours before bed.

Barbara Montag said...

No we haven't tried anything else - thank you.

Karen said...

No, we have not tried anything.

Karen Drake said...

My grandson had a bed wetting problem but we didn't try anything other than limiting liquids before bed time.

DeniseL said...

Yes, mattress covers, traditional pull ups.

Amanda Sakovitz said...

I haven't yet.

Tina said...

No, we have never tried any bed wetting tools

Betsy Barnes said...

My son did not experience these issues, however, I always made sure he did not drink a lot of liquids before bedtime. :)

Thomas Murphy said...

No I have not tried any other bedwetting tools.

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Robin T said...

We tried to limit liquids at night and use a mattress cover on my son's bed.

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susan1215 said...

We limit liquids after dinner.

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

My son currently uses pull ups but wont have sleep overs because he is embarrassed by them.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

 
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