10.10.12

GoodNites Helps Educate Parents About Bedwetting Plus Prize Package Giveaway

The school year is now in full swing and the kids are on the go pretty much all day! We are back on our bedtime routine and the kids are doing very well with it! We've found how important sleep However, when I was younger, I was not as lucky. I had issues with bedwetting and sometimes I inevitably ended up having the "peeing in the toilet" dream where I could have sworn I was using the potty. Bedwetting is an important issue many children go through and is often overlooked when children are getting back into their new routines for school. It is estimated that 5-7 million children in the U.S. wet the bed. This is why GoodNites wants to educate parents about the importance of identifying bedwetting versus night time potty training. They want parents to make the correct decisions to find solutions instead of heading in the wrong direction.

GoodNites has a new infographic released that is based on the results of a new survey. The graphic helps dispel the bedwetting misconceptions that many others have made in the past. Did you know 43% of parents believed they could train their children not to wet the bed? This is not true. Bedwetting can cause interrupted sleep, which makes it difficult for kids to get up and be prepared for the next day of school. This definitely makes staying on a schedule nearly impossible and much harder. This is why it is time to use the correct solutions for having a drier, healthier night of sleep!


About GoodNites Underwear
GoodNites® Underwear are 40% more absorbent than the leading training pants and are specially designed to protect while lying down, to help protect pajamas and bedding, helping kids get a better sleep and wake up feeling ready for school. 

GoodNites are for older children, so no babyish designs that will be embarrassing for them. 
My kids love these designs and my oldest said he would wear them! In fact, he asked to one night! He said they don't feel like a diaper and they are very comfortable, too.

As a parent, I feel it is our responsibility to learn what we can about bed wetting in order to help our children if and when the situation arises. Liam is in the process of being potty trained, so we will soon see if he has bed wetting issues once trained. At that point, I will do what I can to help him and find a solution. We love GoodNites, so that would be my first purchase, that's for sure!

Click Here to save $1.50 off a package of GoodNites at Target!

To celebrate back to school, GoodNites is offering Children Teaching Mama Readers An Awesome Giveaway Package!!
 One Lucky Winner Will Receive A Be Educated Kit (pictured below)
The kit includes fun and educational products for your child as well as a new sample pack of GoodNites Underwear with new designs from Marvel or Disney! (Styles received may vary. We received Spiderman and Josiah loves them! Liam's favorite is definitely the back pack. He has not taken it off since it came in the mail!)
Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter! This giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18_ years of age and will end on October 29th at 11:59pm. a Rafflecopter giveaway
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38 comments:

Robyn Huffman said...

Nothing has changed for us since my daughter isn't in school or daycare... yet. But she'll be starting soon!

Lauriai said...

Our routine changed with the discovery of baby #3 on the way and all the morning sickness and health issues it's brought along with it!

aperry said...

nothing so far... son is only 2, new baby is due later this month

erika m said...

as this pregnancy progresses, I've been letting my LO sleep in later in the mornings. he's too young for school though, so no major changes

Jan Messali said...

I teach... I go to school much earlier these days to prep since I can only stay about an hour after school gets out. I rush home to babysit my grandson.

Leslie Galloway (LesGalloway //at// hotmail //dot// com) www.facebook.com/GallowayLeslie said...

my son goes to school 4 days a week now instead of 2. :)
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sandy1955 said...

My routine is the same as last year basically. My grandson is in kindergarten this year rather than Pre-k and my routine is the same, get him up and fed. dressed, and ready for school then his momma takes him in before going to work

Janet W. said...

Nothing has changed for us because my grandson won't start pre-school until next year. When he does, our routine will drastically change, I'm sure!

Jennireesa/Jennifer W. said...

Getting up early! This is my daughter's first year at preschool and we used to just get up whenever we wanted.

agatewood1 said...

My son started k3 this year so he is getting up earlier

Jessica B. said...

My son isn't old enough for school yet, but he has been getting up earlier. jj250@aol.com

mummytotwoboys said...

This year it has changed because my Husband started a new job that involves him leaving the house at 5am. Without fail his leaving wakes up our boys

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Wild N Mild $$$ said...

My routine is the same this year.
Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

Colleen M said...

My little Grandson has started preschool this year and we are hoping our summer potty training holds up!

colljerr at comcast dot net

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

My son has been going to his daycare since he was about 3 months old nothing has changed with our routine except this year I don't drive my daughter to school as she is off to college now.

LeeAnn said...

My daughter is in VPK this year, so she can't just stay home with grandma when she wants to like she used to. Other than that, nothing has changed.

kellyr78 said...

My daughter switched from a 2 day to a 3 day preschool program.
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jakiesmom said...

we have school 5 days a week now, much more need for sleep
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Bonnye said...

we started waking up an hour earlier.

amber mcintyre said...

both of my kids were diagnosed with learning disabilities this year so time management has changed for us completly

Karen F said...

My youngest started school so we have more to do this year to get ready

Gianna said...

Getting up earlier.

Robyn said...

We don't have to get up as early as last year because they are on B track schedule!

Tabathia said...

I have only 1 child to get ready for school and I don't have to get my daughter ready for school anymore in the morning

jswencki said...

My younger daughter is doing half day kindergarten so we are driving to school 3 times a day

Priscilla Benavides said...

My oldest son just started Kindergarten this year and he's the first of my children to go to school but next year I will have my other son start school so I'm sure we will start waking up even earlier and get more express routines in the mornings!
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Kimberly said...

The bus now comes an hour earlier
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awhartness said...

I let the children pick out their snacks for lunch.
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Tamar said...

it is very hard because we moved to another county :(

Rochel S said...

My baby started playgroup this year so it takes more time getting out in the morning and getting the kids dropped off.

Alycia said...

We switched daycares this year and it's a little bit farther away, which means I spend more time in traffic. :(

latanya t said...

we moved, so a new route

Felicity Borgen said...

My oldest started preschool so this is all new to me! I have a two year old that, since school has started, just potty trained! Not to mention an 11 month old who JUST started walking! There is a lot of NEW going on this year!

Stacy said...

School started later, almost 45 minutes later!

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

My school routine is the same as last year but always feel sleepy every morning!
Thank You

Fiona N

Gina F. said...

My school routine is the same as last year but next year school will start earlier and my daughter will get out of school an half hour earlier.

ginaferrell3 at yahoo dot com

Kelly Grant said...

don't have to drive to the school so much, he takes the bus

Mama on a Green Mission said...

Ours changes because hubby is a teacher, not because the little ones are in school! :) His meeting day varies from year to year so me picking up the kids one day a week changes everything around. lol

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