Sponsored: Have a Dry Night with GoodNites®

WIN!! GoodNites® is giving away a fabulous prize package to one lucky reader. See bottom of post for details!

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When I potty trained my son, the diapers were able to come off during the day and at night–though he was only 2 1/2 years old, he immediately was able to sleep through the night without wetting the bed. I hadn’t thought much about it, but now that I’m in the throes of potty training my daughter, I feel like the light at the end of the dry night tunnel is far, far away. So, I did what any good blogger would do and interviewed an expert on bedwetting. The piece went up last month, and I was blown away by the number of friends who approached me saying their child was still not trained, as well as comments that moms had left—numerous parents are dealing with this same issue. Granted, my daughter is only two, but other’s children are 6 years old (plus!) and are still having trouble getting through the night, dry.

Bedwetting doesn’t just affect a child’s sheets being wet—think about the nervousness of an 11 year old when faced with the opportunity of spending the night at a friend’s house. Or even having a friend spend the night and take the chance of the friend seeing that he/she need’s a Pull-Up®. Which is where GoodNites® come in. Made to look like underwear, children ages 4 and up won’t fee embarrassment when it’s time to get ready for bed. And, they work like a diaper, so your child’s bed will stay nice and cozy.

GoodNites® realizes the frustration in dealing with bedwetting. If you have any questions, you can visit GoodNites.com to receive valuable advice and submit a question for the NiteLite™ Panel – a group of pediatricians and parenting experts – that’ll share support for growing kids. Also, make sure to mark your calendars because they’ve put together a #gno Twitter party to answer all of your questions on the post-toddler years. Go online this Tuesday, August 2 from 9-11 p.m. (EST) and ask away! For more information about the party, please be sure to visit the RSVP post. And remember, your child doesn’t need to wake up wet!

Note: Breezy Mama was paid to write this post about GoodNites® and GoodNites® is sponsoring this giveaway. However, all of the thoughts and opinions are of Breezy Mama’s.

Enter to win all of this fantastic swag!

WIN!! GoodNites® is giving away a fabulous prize package (see above photo!) to one lucky reader who will receive the following:

  • GoodNites® Product Vouchers
  • Kleenex® Splash ‘NGo Wet Wipes: Mom-approved summer helper for Mom after outside play and traveling
  • Skip Hop Bags: Perfect for pre-school and summer sleepovers
  • Foogo Water Bottle: Great for summer travel; adjusts to the child’s developmental stage
  • Bob Book: Great bedtime activity for parents and kids in the beginning stages of reading; calming bedtime experience for parent and child
  • Toothbrush and Hand Washing Timer: Fun tool for kids just learning about personal hygiene
  • Night Time Chore Cards: Helpful reminders for daily bedtime activities
  • Bubbles: Tried and true fun summer activity for kids in this age range
  • Crayons, Stickers: Helps express and encourage creativity
  • Movie Passes: Children at this age are finally able to sit through a movie and comprehend the content; great rainy summer day activity
  • $100 Gift Card (AMEX)

To enter, visit the GoodNites® website (http://GoodNites.com) and then come back to this Breezy Mama post. Leave a comment below about what you learned from the GoodNites® website. One reader’s comment will be randomly chosen to win.

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  1. I learned that bedwetting is genetic! Dr. Carolyn Thiedke, professor of family medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina, says “Children who have one parent who wet the bed have a 43 percent chance of wetting the bed, and if both parents wet the bed, the chance climbs to 77 percent.”

  2. Jessie C. says

    I learned that -Bedwetting is usually a stage of development that kids simply outgrow with patience and time.

  3. I learned that bedwetting can run in the family.

  4. GoodNites® Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down, with sizes for growing boys and girl. Also the patterns are cute : )

  5. Learned that enuresis is bedwetting and the only cure is patience and time.

  6. I learned that bedwetting is called enuresis. Their site has really good information on it for parents.

  7. Deanna G. says

    I learned that GoodNites are Latex free.

  8. Jessica Miles says

    I learned there’s a link between bedwetting and certain foods. Interesting!

  9. I learned that dairy and preservatives in bread may contribute to bed-wetting.

  10. Danielle Jackson says

    I learned that bedwetting runs in families and DNA research has even identified enuresis genes.

  11. I learned that goodnites are designed for older kids unlike most training pants

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