End Bedwetting with GoodNites Underwear Undercover Mission

By Shannon Gurnee
In Baby Products
August 9, 2013
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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of GoodNites for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Do you have a child who struggles with bedwetting?  If so, then let me introduce the answer to your concerns – GoodNites.  Bedwetting can be both frustrating to the parent and the child, but there is hope!  

First of all, many parents are unaware that bedwetting is a developmental condition called “nocturnal enuresis” and is not something a child can be trained out of.  Learning how to manage it can cause stress between the parent and child that ultimately impacts the child’s self-esteem and confidence.  Did you know that 43% of parents incorrectly believe they can train their child out of bedwetting?  GoodNites wants to educate parents on the important difference between bedwetting and potty training so they will know if their child is experiencing the condition and can provide them with the best solution to keep them dry, comfortable and confident.

GoodNites Underwear are the most absorbent pants for boys and girls ages 4 and up.  They are specially made to protect your child while he or she is lying down and helps keep pajamas and bedding dry all night long.  They also feature plush comfort with a discreet design.  GoodNites Underwears helps them maintain a sense of privacy and self-esteem until your child outgrows bedwetting.  With GoodNites Underwear, there’s no need for a child to worry about wet sheets or other disruptions.

Over the next 3 posts, we will be participating in the GoodNites Undercover Mission by introducing our child to this new highly discretionary shield that will help us fight the battle of bedwetting.  Be sure to like the GoodNites Facebook page and learn more about how to protect your child from the discomforts of bedwetting.

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Shannon Gurnee (formerly Shannon Gosney) is the author of The Mommy-Files, a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

2 Responses to “End Bedwetting with GoodNites Underwear Undercover Mission”

  1. Mariah says:

    I’m thinking the Goodnites Underwear could also be great for my little man as we’re not near being potty trained at night but he likes to feel like a big boy.

  2. Leslie says:

    Dr. Lyle Danuloff, psychological consultant for The Enuresis Treatment Center, has written a response to a press release regarding the new GoodNites Spider-Man diapers for boys.
    Your blog is promoting the spiderman diaper so we thought we would post his comments.

    What if Spider-Man Wet the Bed?

    If Spider-Man wet the bed when he was a child, he would have wanted to be treated as quickly as possible for a total end to his problem instead of wearing GoodNites that keep his bed dry but him still wet.

    Products like GoodNites, otherwise known as diapers, no matter how they are associated with fictional superheroes, do not help children end the shame, fear of discovery and low self esteem that comes from wetting the bed, no matter how dry the bed actually is.

    An enuretic child wearing GoodNites diapers continues to wake in the morning to the odor and coldness of his own urine and continues to wish he wasn’t “different” from other children. Even Spider-Man couldn’t help with that.

    The GoodNites represents yet another profit driven effort to capitalize on a condition suffered by millions of children, teenagers, and, yes, adults – a condition that can be and has been successfully treated.

    Tell that to Spidey.

    Author: Dr. Lyle Danuloff, Ph.D., psychological consultant to the Enuresis Treatment Center. http://www.nobedwetting.com 800.379-2331

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