Tonight, our bedtime routine was one that we’ve been doing for the past few weeks. It wasn’t too different from months ago — we change into jammies, say our “I love you”s, and turn out the lights. But now, before Micah even climbs into bed, we put down a fresh GoodNites bed mat.
Potty Training vs. Bedwetting
Micah is a just-turned-four-year-old who deals with nocturnal enuresis, or bedwetting, which is involuntary urination while asleep after the age at which bladder control usually occurs. It’s different from potty training, though, and I want that to be clear. Potty training is the process of teaching a child to use the toilet. Micah’s got that down, no problem. But at night, it’s a totally different story. Nocturnal enuresis is something that a child cannot be trained out of, but will outgrow naturally.
I posted a video a few weeks ago about how we’ve been giving GoodNites Bed Mats a try. We are still so very pleased with the product, and it’s not only saved Micah a lot of night time wake ups, but it’s helped cut down on the amount of laundry that I’m doing! We even use them during nap times, and it’s been such a big help. He’s woken up dry a few times, too, and it’s boosted his confidence so much to be able to tell me that his mat is dry! Even on nights where it’s not dry, I’m pleased with the leak proof barrier and the adhesive strips that keep the mat in place. Everything works as it should!
We’re not the only ones who are digging GoodNites. GoodNites Bed Mats has been awarded the 2013 Product of the Year in the Children’s Products category by Product of the Year USA, an award celebrating innovation and consumer confidence. Congrats, GoodNites! It’s well-deserved! You can learn more about this award here.
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I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by MomCentral Consulting on behalf of GoodNites. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.