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GoodNites Bed Mats Build Confidence For Kids

When I was a toddler, I took to potty training quite quickly, but still had accidents at  night. This occurred well into 6 years of age. Do you remember those dreams where you think you are going to the potty, but you are really still in bed sleeping, only you don't realize this until you are completely soaked? I remember those all too well. My five year-old also has some issues with bedwetting at night, but is completely fine during the day. The same goes for my 3 year old, actually.

The most important thing to remember when going through this with your child is to be patient and supportive. The more pressure you put on them, the harder it will be on them. Most children do outgrow bedwetting, as was the case with me, and I am confident the same will happen with Josiah and Liam. In fact, Liam's doctor reiterated to us today that we should let him take his time with potty training and not to stress about bedwetting, that we would readdress it if he is still having issues at six years of age and go from there.

My boys will always be my  babies, but they do NOT want to be called babies or to be associated with babies at all! This means Josiah prefers not to wear any type of nighttime protection that resembles a diaper. However, I don't want to spend each morning cleaning up sheets either. There is a way to keep both Josiah and myself happy and mess-free, thank goodness. GoodNites Bed Mats are the perfect solution. Josiah can still be a big boy, wearing his Angry Bird undies, and the bed mats are there just in case he has an accident. This has really empowered him with the confidence he needs at bedtime and, for that, I am so grateful.
What does Josiah think? The GoodNites Bed Mats are soft and fit down onto the bed sheets, so they stay put and do not hinder a good night of sleep! They are big enough to cover an area on the bed where the accident may occur, but is now overly large or covering the entire mattress. There are sticky tabs on the bottom to keep the mat in place, too, which I love! When I was a kid, I remember the rubber mattress covers that made all kinds of noises when you moved, so I was afraid the bed mats would do the same, but nope! They are unnoticeable, so the entire family can get a good night's rest and Mama does not have to clean up much the next morning. I just have to pull the sheet up and place in the garbage! It's simple.

I want Josiah to feel confident and comfortable, which is sometimes tough when bedwetting is involved. GoodNites Bed Mats have been so popular that over 50,000 American Shoppers voted for them as the 2013 Product of the Year in the Children's Product Category! So, we aren't the only ones who loves our bed mats. Considering they are easy to use both at home and on the go, are discrete and can give kiddos more confidence at bedtime, I can see why they are so liked. Click Here to read more about this award via Parade.

Plus, you can print out a $1.50 coupon for GoodNites Bed Mats by clicking here

Ready for a Giveaway? 
Thanks to GoodNites, One Lucky Reader Will Win The Confidence Booster Prize Package Below:
The Confidence Booster Kit includes some awesome gifts just for kids, including:
GoodNites Bed Mats, a color changing alarm clock, bedroom slippers, a projector lamp, removable star stickers for walls and some other fun room decorations. This kit is valued at $150!
Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. This giveaway is open to US Readers, 18+ years of age and ends on Friday, March 22nd at 11:59pm. Good Luck!

44 comments:

latanya t said...

reading bedtime stories

Colleen M said...

Brushing teeth and reading a favorite book.

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Janet W. said...

A part of my grandson's bedtime routine is taking a bath and brushing his teeth.

Carol L. said...

Brushing teeth and bedtime prayers.
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Carrie Phelps said...

Teeth brushing followed by a bedtime story.

jakiesmom said...

a story in bed
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mummytotwoboys said...

Brushing their teeth and a story!
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Clarke & Lewis said...

brush teeth,pee before bed, prayer time

Allison Downes said...

Brushing Teeth and reading bedtimes stories

Thanks for the chance to win!

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debijackson said...

bedtime stories debbie jackson
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Angie B. said...

We always brush our teeth and he spend some time with mommy and daddy in our bed until he's ready for sleep. Then he goes to his bed

Diddlepoyner said...

story time

freddie said...

They brush their teeth and take a nice warm bath before bedtime. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

Jeannine S said...

brushing their teeth

April G said...

We read books!

Austin Baroudi said...

Scooby Doo DVDs! My daughter has to have one playing to fall asleep!
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Harmony Burmeister said...

brushing yeeth and one tv show

alyssasmom9807 said...

brushing teeth getting drink and turning on favorite cartoons

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DeniseL said...

Lots of books!

Paol Trenny said...

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eliza elliott said...

brushing teeth and singing songs

Vicki Hale said...

saying prayer

Trista said...

brushing teeth and going potty right before bed

Nikki Krutz said...

reading a book or two

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

reading a book

Sue Hull said...

When my daughter was little she would go to the bathroom before she went to bed.I still put a mat down just in case she had alittle accident.Thank you :)
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francis485 said...

reading a story before bed is a must evrynight

Darlene Ysaguirre said...

First must turn on her lava lamp then close closet doors then tuck her blankets around her

Michele P. said...

brushing her teeth and turning on the nightlight

Alycia said...

Bath and teeth brushing!

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ericka coello said...

I let him watch some cartoon before going to bed

Jessica said...

A bedtime story

Cheryl Rahkonen said...

He takes a bath, brushes teeth and snuggles up with Momma for storytime. After storytime he heads to the bathroom one more time and then it is time to go to sleep.

Natalie said...

Brush teeth and milk - hugs and kisses from mommy and daddy, potty time, prayer, bedtime!

Deb K said...

Bath,Teeth,Story then Prayers.

curlyblu918 said...

Loves to watch a movie before bed

Carmen Van Deursen said...

Reading books and brushing teeth.

idahorhodes said...

brushing teeth bedtime story and a goodnight kiss and hug

Arthur Caudill said...

My daughter always says her prayers before bed. Arthur Caudill

CarterFamilyof9 said...

Brushing teeth of course! -Heather McKenzie Carter

Gracie Faith said...

Reading a bed time story

Brianna Ashley said...

brushing teeth

Kristy said...

Brushing Teeth, but also it seems getting out of bed at least 3 or 4 times! Uggh!

Paula Wilson said...

bath time!

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