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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

GoodNites Prize Package Giveaway

GoodNites® Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down, with sizes for growing boys and girls. They're the most absorbent pant for kids 4 and up to help keep pajamas and bedding dry all night. Explore protection that can make for a better bedtime.

Dry nights mean parents and kids can enjoy an easy night’s sleep and wake up with confidence. GoodNites® Underwear are made to look, feel and sound like real underwear, so kids ages 4 and up will feel good wearing them – plus they’re specially made to protect kids while lying down.

Make sure to visit GoodNites.com to receive valuable advice and submit a question for the NiteLite™ Panel – a group of pediatricians and parenting experts – that’ll share support for growing kids.


GoodNites is generously giving away an amazing prize package with everything mom and child need for the “limbo” years between “toddlerdom” and childhood and it includes:
· GoodNites® Product Vouchers
· Skip Hop Backpack
· Foogo Water Bottle
· Bob Book
· Toothbrush and Hand Washing Timer
· Night Time Chore Cards · Kleenex® Splash ‘N Go!® Moist Wipes
· Bubbles, Crayons, Stickers
· $20 Fandango Movie Passes
· $100 Amex Gift Card


It is now SO EASY to enter my giveaways!
Just click "I Did This" when you have completed one of the actions - don't forget to do the mandatory entries first! 

And let me know if you have any comments or questions about this giveaway entry form in the comments below!



* Thank you to GoodNites for their product for review! Disclosure - This product was given for review for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given.*

165 comments:

Love You Always & Forever said...

My sons wet the bed until they were 4. The Goodnights were great because they were both too big to fit into pull ups so the good nights were a great option to have.

Kristin said...

I am worried about potty training my daughter and her having accidents- I can remember having a hard time at night:(

Emily said...

We are just starting to potty train, I'm worried about nighttime accidents. These seem like they'd be helpful!

Wise Owl Designs said...

I am in the midst of potty training now and it is rough. She has many accidents at night. She sleeps so sound that she doesn't even know she has to go. She gets upset sometimes with it as well.

wiseowldesignsinc at gmail dot com

jayedee said...

i learned, that in spite of all the hype etc, that the only "cure" for bedwetting is patience and time

ntiveheart@gmail.com

Colleen Turner said...

My son went through a stage where he would wet his bed a few nights a week. We finally realized that he was just sleeping so hard he didn't wake up when he needed to go. So we started making him stop drinking a few hours before bed time and made him use the bathroom before going to sleep. It worked great!
candc320@gmail.com

cupcake mama said...

While potty training my now 5 year old, he would do awesome during the day, yet wet at night still. We tried every trick, including withholding water prior to bed. Nothing worked. We tried pull ups t night finally and it did the trick cause he hated the feeling of a wet pull up.
mmjohnson555@gmail.com

JC said...

I learned that -Bedwetting is usually a stage of development that kids simply outgrow with patience and time.

Mami2jcn said...

I learned that bedwetting is genetic...the child is more likely to wet the bed if their parents did.

mami2jcn at gmail dot com

Elena said...

I learned that bedwetting is genetic and the only cure is patience and time.

elena150980@yahoo.com

Janet W. said...

I learned that GoodNites® Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down.
janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

Ashley N said...

I learned on the goodnites site that their s/m size goes from 38-65 lbs and clothing size 4-8! Thats a good range that they can stay in 1 size unlike training pants and diapers where you buy a good supply of them and they grow out of that size before you even finish the supply off that you bought!

MANDY83 said...

I learned that bedwetting usually runs in the family and that will eventually go away (most of the time)

MANDY83 said...

I messed up on my twitter name on the entry form. I follow you under @aes529. sorry, thank you!

bayctygrl said...

An experience I had with bedwetting was when I switched from diapers to pull ups she thought they were more like underwear and didn't wet the bed at night anymore

Cathy W said...

1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed.
cjwallace43 at gmail dot com

Kimberly said...

The fit of goodnights is superior to other over night pull ups. My daughter due to a disability is still in them at age 14 and I am so pleased with the product.
Kims2312@verizon.net

sohamolina said...

learned:Will GoodNites® Underwear work in conjunction with bedwetting medications?
While GoodNites® Brand does not endorse medication and you should consult your physician about medications, for those who choose to try bedwetting medications, GoodNites® Underwear offer reassurance while the dosage is adjusted to fit your child's needs. Also, when the doctor begins to take your child off medication, they're a good backup plan until success is reached.

kari jasus said...

our 4 yo son was wetting the bed every night so he wore a pull up. then one day he woke up and the pull up had chafed his legs and it hurt. we told him it's because he has to wear the pull up to bed because he wets the bed. right then and there he declared he would use the potty at night and not wet his bed so he wouldn't have to wear another hurting pullup again...and it worked!

~dab said...

My son was a bedwetter until he was probably 7 or 8. Luckily it resolved itself :)

Tabathia said...

I learned that its best for them to go to the potty before bedtime so they know not to let their bladder stay full

Virginia Lee said...

GFC follower, RSS subscriber & Email subscriber.

My daughter is 4.5 and we just FINALLY got over the bed wetting. She was day trained for about 2 years before we finally got the night training thing down. It took a lot of patience and waking up in the middle of the night. Now my son is 3 and working on the same thing... no end in sight. Hopefully GoodNites can help him!

vsoul2213 at comcast dot net

guettel78 said...

One useful tip I learned from the GoodNites site is to minimize children's anxiety at bedtime by having a ritual (like reading the same story or singing the same song) and surrounding them with comfortable images (such as their favorite TV or movie character in decor, bedding, etc.). Thanks!

gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

peg42 said...

I learned that bed wetting is genetic and a child will usually outgrow it in time.
Thanks so much.
rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

Raven In A Blue Room said...

the Goodnights are great for bigger kids. My older daughter wore them at night even after a while of fully being potty trained. She liked the designs and that they looked like real shorts
Definitely considering them for my younger daughter too

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

Louis
pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

coliebear said...

I learned bedwetting is a common problem even at 5 and 6 years old.
lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

degood said...

I learned the only cure for bedwetting is patience and time.

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

hale2005 said...

I learned that GoodNites Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down, with sizes for growing boys and girls.

hellrzr(at)juno(dot)com

Schkinner said...

We have just succeeded in potty training my son during the day but are still working on overnight. So many mornings he wakes up wet-and regular pull-ups don't always hold everything! That means lots and lots of laundry lately. I'll have to try the overnights...it'd make life a lot easier!
schkinner at yahoo dot com

sweepmom said...

According to an article on the site "Training pants are intended for young kids who are still making frequent daytime trips to the bathroom while they are potty training. GoodNites® Underwear are meant for growing children ages 4 and up who need extra protection at night due to frequent or occasional bedwetting."

sarah said...

i learned that the only 'cure' for enuresis (bedwetting) is time and patience / waiting til the kid outgrows it
stigay at aol.com

crystalf said...

My niece just stopped wearing goodnites. They were a life saver for my sister and for my nieces' peace of mind. She wore these for many years and they really helped her out. thank you!

mogrill said...

I am a GFC follower.Thanks for the chance.
mogrill12@gmail.com

Deb said...

I learned that the key is for the child to realize that the bladder is getting full even while asleep, and either tighten up the muscles to hold in the urine or get up to use the bathroom. Though parents can help “set the stage” for success, the final development of this ability will occur on the child’s own schedule and can’t be rushed.

Tina said...

I learned that most training pants fit toddler sizes up to 3T or so. GoodNites® Underwear are available in sizes 4-14
merleandtina@yahoo.com

daivabaum said...

My son has been potty trained during the day for over a year now, but we still have lots of accidents at night. I'll have to give goodnites a try
poniabaum at gmail dot com

freddie said...

My grandson wets the bed and one of the tricks we've tried is not giving any caffine products to him at night before going to bed. Goodnights have been a life saver. dwelchert@yahoo.com

Mari said...

I found an article to help parents with older teens that bed wet:
http://www.goodnites.com/na/bedwetting-education/articles/but-im-too-old-to-wet-the-bed-support-and-hope-for-teens-with-nocturnal-enuresis.aspx.

runningmatey at hotmail dot com

orangefukurou said...

Children needs quality night time routine.
One of the tips is that remind him or her to go to the bathroom as a part of the routine, but don't make an issue of it

tomokofive at gmail dot com

KPort207 said...

My daughter is almost 7 and luckily we don't have too many accidents. She has wet the bed mostly when she is sick or drinks a ton before bed.

kport207 at gmail dot com

clc408 said...

At the website, I learned that the only cure for enuresis, also known as bedwetting, is patience and time.

barbara.montyj said...

Something I learned - Boys are more likely to experience nighttime bedwetting than girls.
Thank you.

barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

MichelleS said...

mnsanchez15@yahoo.com

Get a routine in place; don't necessarily LIMIT liquids, but definitely monitor intake and make a cut off time.

Betty C said...

I learned that genetics can make a child susceptible to bed wetting well into their teens and beyond.

Cuzinlogic said...
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Cuzinlogic said...

I follow via GFC.
I learned that GoodNites Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down.

Julie said...

I learned you have to have patience and time...we are getting it pretty good now but still some accidents...
hebb.julie@gmail.com

Erin Wallace said...

Bedwetting runs in my family so I am just trying to be patient with my son, encourage him and not make him feel bad about accidents, and Goodnight have been great for those times when. He has a setback.

ohstac said...

My nephew sleeps so soundly he sometimes wets the bed without realizing it. My sister walks him to the bathroom a couple hours after he goes to bed to minimize the chance of a bed wetting accident.
nrdunningATgmailDOTcom

Michelle said...

With all my kids, night time training was the most challenging. Thanks for the chance to win!
mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

cw said...

I learned that goodnites are designed for older kids unlike training pants

Amber said...

My girls used to wet their beds until they were 4 or 5 - usually when they had a nightmare.
Thank you for the giveaway :)
hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

BWillies said...

Have a brother whose having a newborn who could really use some help!

Peace Love and Pets said...

My daughter was super easy, decided one day she wanted to use the potty chair and never had to put a diaper on her again. My niece is just starting, does great in the day, but still has an accident every night. The GoodNites have been a huge help.

Kia89 said...

I learned that bedwetting is genetic.
austma7@aol.com

Courtney said...

my little girl used to wet the bed, but then i stopped giving her water late at night!:)

vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

AJ said...

I learned that bed wetting is genetic. Had no idea!
angella13 at gmail dot com

ashley said...

used goodnites on both my girls wouldnt use anything else.

h. mcnaron said...

We had such diff. experiences with our 2-- one took forever and had accidents almost weekly, the other just "decided" one day and has been fine! so strange.

JR said...

one thing I have learned is always have a lot of back up sheets!

JR said...

subscribed to the blog!

Tj and Amy said...

I tried to force potty training on my daughter when she was 2 and we had so many accidents during the day and at night I feel like when I finally relaxed and didn't stress about it, is when it finally happend. we love to use goodnights.

Christy said...

My son uses Goodnites and he is almost 8. He's been potty trained for a while of course, but he just can't seem to wake up to use the bathroom at night.

I've learned he's not alone and there are lots of older kids out there just like him.

ellie said...

My middle son was a bed wetter. We finally figured out that he was such a sound sleeper that he couldn't wake himself up if he needed to go. I started setting my alarm for 3AM and getting him up. After about a month he had trained himself to wake up.
Thanks for the giveaway!
eswright18 at gmail dot com

sweetsue said...

My youngest son started wetting the bed when he was about seven. It turned out he was having bad dreams and was too scared to get out of bed.
smchester at gmail dot com

Nicole Larsen said...

I learned that 1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed.

pittsy82@Hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I learned that i am not alone, and that it takes time and patience.

tgrattan4 at hotmail dot com

purplelover04 said...

my nephew just started bed wetting this i love the new good night as a just in case.

JoeyfromSC said...

I learned that the only cure for enuresis, also known as bedwetting, is patience and time!

(I never knew the official name!)

Thank you for the chance to win!

ajoebloe(at)gmail(dot)com

Sassy said...

My son is almost 4 and still wets the bed at night. I think these would be helpful.

sassysasha817 at gmail dot com

Brittney said...

My daughter turned 4 in march and still wets the bed at night. we use goodnights on a nightly basis. have tried everything, but she is just a really hard sleeper and can't wake up when she needs to go.
brittneydejajason at gmail dot com

dddiva said...

I learned you can ask a doctor or parenting expert a question.

mendyd said...

I learned from the website GoodNites® Underwear are available in sizes 4-14, so they’re just right for growing kids. I left a question also.

My niece had trouble for awhile after being potty trained. It was just easier to put these on and keep accidents from happening. She liked them also.

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JACLYN said...

I love how positive and encouraging all the advice is on the site!
firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

Lorri said...

Most kids grow out of bedwetting in time

Deanna G. said...

I learned that GoodNites are Latex free.


calidreamin87 (at) gmail (dot) com

Heidi Back said...

I learned from the goodnites site that they have discreet sizes up to size 14. That's amazing! Bed wetting runs in our family. One of my brothers, a cousin and myself were all 3 b/w'ers in our generation. Trust me when I tell you that the options available to us were not as discreet or comfortable when we were that age. We all quit at around the time we started puberty. I really hate to hear parents acting like their kids are just being lazy when they wet the bed. The embarrassment that a child feels when they've wet the bed is not something that they'd choose to endure if they had that choice.
I'm really glad that companies like GoodNites are talking awareness and bringing comfortable alternatives to children these days. I often have worried that one of my children will be bed-wetters and it makes me feel better knowing that if they are, then GoodNites is there for us!

Shannon said...

I learned that they are designed to look like underwear

snaugle81@gmail.com

clynsg said...

Don't forget to make certain there is no physical problem if a child continues to bedwet past what one would think was a 'normal' time. Found that my daughter had a congenital problem that required surgery--no problem after that.

cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

karenmed409 said...

only cure for bed wetting is patience and time
karenmed409 at comcast dot net

amy16323 said...

you have to have patience when it comes to potty training
is frantically searching for the amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

wcc said...

I learned that a good diet with plenty of water, whole grains, and fruits and vegetables will prevent constipation, which can be a contributor to bedwetting.
whitechocolatecherries at gmail.com

Amylynn said...

I have learned that the best thing to do when older children have trouble with this is to remind them that it isn't their fault. They will outgrow it. Meanwhile, keep them comfortable with products like these!

Ambabya said...

I learned to take my daughter to the bathroom again a few hours after she went to bed. Then she wouldn't have an accident.

amybabya79 at yahoo.com

Cathy W said...
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xbabygurlxxx said...

i learned there made to protect while the child lays down
xbabygurlxxx@hotmail.com

jsc123 said...

I learned that at the Goonites website I can get answers to questions that I might have that others have experienced.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

Charlotte Varner said...

Bad experience I've had is taking my daughter to a job interview with me. They were okay with me bringing her since I had no one to watch her. Anyway the interview was forever long and she fell asleep in the floor. I glanced over and she had did #1 all over the floor. I was so embarassed hoping no one saw it. There was a room of about 9 of us. I got up slowly to try not to draw more attention to the situation. I saw paper towels and grabbed some up. Blocked the area while waking my daughter up. I hurry and rushed her to the bathroom. Lucky me I had no extra clothes either! This is one of the worse experiences of bedwetting ever only thing was it wasn't in her bed!

Gayle C said...

I learned that GoodNites specially made to protect while lying down.

chrisdeglen(at)gmail(dot)com

loni said...

I learned that if there is problems with the child going, that they should be seen by a doctor

trippyjanet at gmail dot com

Jenn S. said...

I learned that you can use your FSA card to purchase Goodnights and save 30%.

The Bertone's said...

My daughter is almost 8 and still wets the bed.. and we are starting to get self conscious. I feel bad for her as she doesn't want to spend the night at friends because of it. :(

Sonya said...

I have a 15 year old partially paralyzed daughter (transverse myelitis) and have had to buy Goodnights for years. They have helped tremendously at night with accidents! She is not nearly as embarrased when wearing Goodnights to bed if an accident does occur.

Michelle said...

My daughter begs to wear her panties to bed but she is just not ready. GoodNites are a good compromise
thanks!
michellehall@mail.com

Ricki said...

I learned that bedwetting runs in the family. Interesting!

RickiREviews@gmail.com

paula michele said...

I found out that 1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed.

hafner611{AT}gmail{DOT}com

Tawnya said...

I learned that bed wetting runs in families.

Julieh said...

I learned its a good idea to have them go to the bathroom right before bed to prevent accidents.honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

Sweeter the berry said...

Wow! I learned Up to seven million children in the United States wet the bed, according to the Children's Center for Bladder Control.


letessha@yahoo.com

pauline15 said...

My son was pretty good about staying dry while sleeping, however, we did through a bunch of these to be safe until around age 4- these are a great alternative to kids his age.
pauline15_01(at)hotmail(dot)com

Amanda S. said...

I learned the only cure is time and patience!

Review Guru said...

I remember when I was a little kid and wet my bed. We didn't have the technology we do now.

julia8274@gmail.com

fancygrlnancy said...

bed wetting is common for 5 to 6 year old children.

hedgerhousehold said...

they are specially made for children who are lying down.
jenhedger at hotmail dot com

Ashley said...

time and patience are the cures to wetting the bed!

Katharina said...

We were very lucky with my daughter when it came to bed wetting. I remember once... maybe twice, but otherwise she was very good with knowing when she needed to get up in the middle of the night.

Waking me every time she went to the bathroom to *tell* me she was going resulted in another issue :-) but the bed usually stayed dry.

Katharina angelsandmusic[at]gmail[dot]com

Anonymous said...

My son is almost 4 and just cannot wake up to go potty at night. Pull-ups just aren't doing it anymore, so I'm definitely going to try these! I though they were for much bigger kids!

korenstein (at) comcast (dot) net

Deborah said...

I learned that the GoogNites site has an extensive database with practical advice from doctors and parents on bedwetting.

Heather said...

My experience: We are trying to get my 6 year old son to be dry consistently at night.
hschonrock at yahoo dot com

Mir said...

Found out that the Goodnites pants are 40% more absorbent than the leading training pant.

Diana R. said...

We are just getting to this stage! I'm a bit nervous but love all the info from GoodNites!!

e-mail: lucky02130 (at) gmail (dot) com

tesashel said...

Wish we had GoodNights back when my oldest was little. He would sleepwalk and end up "losing it" in my potted plants. Didn't figure it out until they all started dying for no reason!!!

Becca Ann said...

My oldest used these when she was little. She went the bed til the age of 6.

Ericka said...

I learned a better diet may help with bed wetting, constipation is a cause of bed wetting. I never knew that!

ericka082 AT gmail DOT com

kristen said...

I learned that 1 out of every 9 kids wet the bed and also, bedwetting may be genetic.

tdean30 said...

I like that you can ask questions and get practical advice.

tdlsfm(at)gmail(dot)com

michelle said...

i learned that 1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed.

shellybuddahbelly@hotmail.com

Hotsnotty2 said...

I learned that GoodNites are Latex free, thanks

Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

imaclutz89 said...

I learned that there is no one way to stop bedwetting. You just have to wait it out and these are great for that waiting period!

sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)com

Erica C. said...

I like that you can print and play games from the website!

Chip said...

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, between 15% and 30% of 6 year olds experience one episode of bedwetting (also known as enuresis) per month.
Jill L
chipdip2010(at)hotmail(dot)com

js22 said...

I learned that 1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed.
Thanks for the giveaway!
email in blogger profile.

RILEKAT said...

I learned that Twenty percent of 5-year-olds wet the bed, 12 percent of 6-year-olds still wet the bed and 15 percent of kids who wet the bed stop each year after age 6.
rilekat at gmail dot com

Tammy said...

After years of goodnites I finally bought a Rogers alarm and now we really have good nights!

Theresa said...

I learned that bed wetting runs in the family, and the only cure is patience and time. My second daughter had the hardest time waking up to use the restroom. She didn't get fully night trained until she was 4 and 1/2. I thought it was never going to happen, but they will eventually pick up on the cues while sleeping.

trinityb said...

adorable kit :)

Chris said...

bedwetting can be heriditary

mail4rosey said...

We had my son's favorite toy (which happened to be a matchbox-sized train) pretend he was pottying at the same time my guy was put on the commode to give it a go. For some reason, it just worked like a charm (and made my son laugh every single time).

msurosey@yahoo.com

Jennifer said...

I learned that are designed to feel soft and do not make "crunchy" diaper sounds.

jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

brich2222 said...

I learned that bedwetting can be caused by poor bladder control, spastic bladder conditions, stress, trauma, urinary infection, increased fluid intake, diabetes mellitus

brich22 at earthlink dot net

kddanie2 said...

bed wetting is genetic
kddanie2@gmail.com

Shari said...

I learned that a good diet with plenty of water, whole grains, and fruits and vegetables will prevent constipation, which can be a contributor to bedwetting.

sklyn@mediacombb.net

Anonymous said...

Goodnights really helped us through a 6 month bout of bed wetting. wilcarvic

ShesAnAngel said...

Goodnites are such a life saver, I could not have made it through my son's tribulations without them! These are super amazing for kids with disabilities and other issues :D

justine417@comcast.net

brianpiero said...

Thanks for the giveaway...we did not have a big issue with bedwetting with our kids: we established a routine for bedtime including a bath; a drink & a snack an hour before putting them down; a bedtime story; soft classical music playing to keep the atmosphere relaxed, etc.

senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

brian e.

ladyt64 said...

I learned that you can ask questions on the site and get expert answers.

Gianna said...

GoodNites® Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down, with sizes for growing boys and girls.

susansmoaks said...

i learned that there's a place on the site to ask the experts, which could really come in handy
susansmoaks at gmail dot com

Its Just Me said...

I learned GoodNites® Underwear are specially made to protect while lying down.

itsjustme62613 at gmail.com

MISTYSUNRISE

susan1215 said...

My daughter wet the bed untill she was 9 and I was worried she would never grow out of it but she did.

s2s2 at comcast dot net

kathy pease said...

Bedwetting may be caused by one or more factors. These factors include poor bladder control, spastic bladder conditions, stress, trauma, urinary infection, increased fluid intake, diabetes mellitus or, in a small percentage of cases, a serious disease or illness involving the spinal cord or muscles of the pelvis. The most common cause of bedwetting, however, may typically be due to a child's bladder not growing as fast as the rest of his body.

Ryan said...

i never knew constipation could cause bedwetting...who knew?

/\Heather/\ said...

Children will outgrow bedwetting with time and patience.
heatherpooh (hotmail)

AStarrA said...

I love how they have so much information from helping to understand to bedtime fun, they really do cover everything

DeeDeeBamaGirl said...

I went to the website and learned that sometimes bedwetting can be genetic. Thank you for the chance to win!
deedeebamagirl at yahoo dot com

Chisum Crew said...

I had no idea that bedwetting is genetic. trinitygsd at yahoo dto ocm

Julie said...

When we were potty training...my son
decided to wet his pants when he was the ring bearer at his uncle's wedding
of course that was down the aisle
aunteegem@yahoo.com

barb hunt said...

Thanks for the great contest!
bahjeep@aol.com

Nick Hilleshiem said...

I have found that chiropractic care has helped tremedously with my son with bedwetting problems.
nick.hilleshiem@yahoo.com

Pam said...

I learned from the site that bedwetting is genetic and children usually outgrow it. garrettsambo@aol.com

liliesrnice said...

I learned that GoodNites are available at my local CVS.

c allen said...

my daughter could really use these, i don't want to say how old she is but bed wetting is still a problem for us. thanks clallen at ntin dot net

giggling kids said...

MY nephew is still potty taining and he has a lot of poop accidents expecially during the night or when hes playing.

heatherstamper09@aol.com

Cindy0462 said...

i have a soon to be 4 yo, it seems impossible to train at night. some nights dry, some wet.
cindy0462@gmail.com

Kellie Conklin said...

I learned that the site has a NiteLite panel that offers advice and articles for parents. I think all of the questions will come in handy when it comes time for potty training. Thanks for the giveaway!

Heather R said...

My daughter wet the bed a few times while potty training. We worked on making sure that we stopped fluid intake about 30-45min before bedtime and had her use the bathroom before bed. After do this, she was able to get through the night without an accident.

thransom(at)gmail.com

Michelle said...

Goodnights are wonderful. We have used them when visiting relatives especially - so the bed wetting does not interfere with other people.

Karen said...

We are going through night time problems right now.

Karen Gonyea
ktgonyea at gmail.com

latishajean said...

Learned that 1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed ! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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Susan Audrey said...

GoodNites are made with soft and quiet fabric - that's important for a good night's sleep for the kiddies!

Lara N. said...

I've got twins and we're trying to transition them to panties at night. Some nights it seems we never sleep because we're changing the bedsheets of one or the other of them and then trying to get them back to sleep.
lara at twiceblessedlife dot com