GoodNites TRU-FIT 5 Tips To Help Your Child Have A Dry Night

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This post is part of the YummyMummyClub.ca and GoodNites* TRU-FIT* #BedwettingTips sponsored program. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. This post reflects my personal opinion about the information provided by the sponsors.  

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As a mom, I really enjoyed when my little one had started to sleep through the night without having to be fed every three hours.  The days of walking around in a fog were slowly fading and my life was getting back to normal, somewhat.  

Then bam!  She started getting teeth.  Oh my goodness, the night shift was back.  Hurray!  I felt so bad for her, I know the pain she must have felt, poor thing.  This sleep thing was really taking the back burner.  Once again, everything started to settle down.  I got through the potty training with no major hitches.  Things were looking great and I felt like I was the mom, imagine having your daughter completely potty trained at two.  Go mom!  

Then without any reason I could find or think of, my little lady started to wet the bed.  The first time I thought, ok, this is just a fluke, she’s been potty trained for two years and no accidents, I had been very lucky. She was really upset when she came to wake me up.  Crying because she was cold, wet and embarrassed.  Reassuring her that it was an accident and it was ok, I bathed her, changed the bed and tucked her in.   

What I didn’t realize was that this was the start of a cycle of bedwetting.  She was wetting the bed a few times a week at this point and starting to hide it.  She would come out in the morning smiling and announcing she didn’t pee the bed last night!  Though, she was also in a different pair of pajamas.  I usually found the wet ones tucked under her bed so I knew she was embarrassed.  I took her to see our doctor and there wasn’t anything physically wrong with her.  I couldn’t understand why she was wetting the bed after two years. 

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I have had little chats with her to find out how she is feeling about her accidents and why they may be happening now.  What she has told us is she doesn’t know she had   to pee and just likes to sleep.  Or sometimes she sees shadows and gets afraid to go to the bathroom alone. Really, how do you deal with that?  If she isn’t feeling the sensation to go to the bathroom, she will be wetting the bed forever.  I can, however, help her with the fear part.  I have given her a bell and when she can’t go alone then she is to ring the bell and I will take her to the bathroom.  This isn’t a great solution because I still have to get up but it’s a better alternative than the bathing, the changing and the embarrassment.  She hasn’t used the bell yet but I believe it’s due to a few things I have tried that seem to help: 

  • I limit her intake of any fluids before bed (never anything after 7 p.m.). 
  • I always make sure she goes to washroom before bed (even when she says no). 
  • There’s always a night light in her room and the bathroom. 
  • I never, ever belittle or scold her!  She needs to know I will always help her. 
  • Use night time protection (we use GoodNites TRU-FIT) 
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GoodNites TRU-FIT are real underwear with nighttime protection.  It’s not a diaper, which is so degrading to have a five year old wear.  My little lady doesn’t even know she’s wearing a protections pants.  They are washable cotton blend underwear (they are real), pink design for a little girl (boy pants are also available) with disposable inserts in case she does have an accident!  They really stay put due to the body-hugging fit.  Thank you GoodNites TRU-FIT!   

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We are both so happy to have tried GoodNites TRU-FIT underwear.  I can rest knowing that my little one and her bed will be protected during the night (in case she has an accident).  The best part is she doesn’t feel ashamed to wear the underwear because they look like big girl undies.  GoodNites TRU-FIT have been a win-win for us!

One-in-six children between the ages of 4-12 suffer from enuresis, also known as bedwetting.

YMC Blogger, Dr. Kim Foster shares tips on how to get through your child’s bedwetting phase.  Then, YMC Blogger Kat Inokai shares her personal experience with her daughter’s bedwetting and how they are winning the bedwetting war together

GoodNites* TRU-FIT* can help you and your child get through bedwetting.GoodNites* TRU-FIT* are washable, cotton-blend real underwear that are durable and reusable for outstanding nighttime protection. They are accompanied by a disposable, absorbent insert designed to protect sheets and PJs all night. 

Visit the GoodNites* TRU-FIT* website to find out about more information on bedwetting solutions and expert advice: TRU-FIT.ca  





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    Friday,July 11, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    Those are some great tips! I remember when my son was wetting the bed. Limiting fluids before bedtime helped for sure!

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      Monday,July 14, 2014 at 9:53 am

      I know with my little one if I don’t pay attention and she does drink a lot before bed, we are asking for trouble. There are a lot of little things to try to help.

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    Friday,July 11, 2014 at 2:32 pm

    This is one area I have a lot of experience in unfortunately. Both kids faced this problem and one still does. Good Nites are well known to this family…

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      Monday,July 14, 2014 at 9:52 am

      It is good to know other parents are going through the same thing. Thanks for sharing that with me 🙂

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    Pam Young
    Friday,July 11, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    I love your girl”s sassy attitude! We never struggled with bed wetting, but many do. It is so helpful to share what you are going through with others.

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      Monday,July 14, 2014 at 9:50 am

      Thank you Pam! This is my first as well, the GoodNites TRU-FIT are the saving grace here.

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    Christine Lee-McNaughton
    Friday,July 11, 2014 at 4:22 pm

    Great post. We didn’t have any bed wetting experiences, but friends of ours have kids who are going through that now. I’ll pass on your post to them!

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      Monday,July 14, 2014 at 9:49 am

      Thanks Christine, it is really important that parents understand not to make a huge fuss and embarrass their child. They do feel bad enough and unless it’s medical, need some understanding.

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    Friday,July 11, 2014 at 5:09 pm

    All the bloggers have done an amazing job teaching me about these training underwear. I’m so on board and will be buying some.


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      Monday,July 14, 2014 at 9:47 am

      What I like about them, Randa, is that they don’t belittle the child by looking like a diaper. They are actually real underwear. Also, doesn’t give them the green light to wet their pants, it’s a safety net.

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    Tuesday,August 5, 2014 at 11:40 pm

    Those are some great tips to help kids stay dry through the night. On hot summer days it’s hard to limit their water before bedtime, but i double line their beds with water proof sheets. If they do wet their bed, I take off the first set and the second set is underneath so the disruption of bed change is limited.

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      Wednesday,August 6, 2014 at 1:42 pm

      Jeannie, that’s a great tip, thank you for sharing that. It is nice to know other parents are going through the same things.

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    Monday,March 30, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    I’m potty training right now, and nights are tough. I’ll try a few of your tips.

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      Tuesday,March 31, 2015 at 9:03 am

      Good luck with the potty training Randa! Thanks, let me know how it goes for you and your little guy 🙂

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    Elizabeth Matthiesen
    Wednesday,December 30, 2015 at 4:43 pm

    Some good tips here that will no doubt help others, thanks for sharing it’s much appreciated.

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