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Monday, August 19, 2013

A Good Nite Challenge Mission

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of GoodNites for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Bummie(my #3) has always been a very independent little girl. I guess that's what being the third in succession brings. She was one of my earliest to talk,walk and potty train. However, at night there are still times  accidents occur and since recently she got put into a big girl bed this is a problem. Because she feels like a big girl, just any nighttime diaper won't do. Recently we were given a "Mission": try out  GoodNites underwear and help her maintain a sense of privacy and self-esteem until she outgrows bed wetting.

By being part of this "Undercover Mission"we were able to try out the new highly discretionary shield of GoodNites Underwear for the battle against bed wetting. With GoodNites Underwear, there’s no need for a child to worry about wet sheets and other disruptions.

GoodNites are made for the bigger kid. The one you just can't put a pull up on at night, even though they may have an accident. Now with a discreet new underwear-like fit, GoodNites Underwear are 40% more absorbent than the leading training pants to keep bedding dry all night. They're also available with Spider-Man and Disney Fairies designs!



Leading Training pants are geared for toddlers. The size,style and overall fit are also more appropriate for daytime use. GoodNites are designed for kids 4 and up, clothing sizes 4-14, and because they are designed for multiple sleeping positions you know your little one won't wake up embarrassed by accidents over night even while on vacation or sleeping over at a cousins house.

Bummie acts/ and feels like a big girl even though she still has her accidents.

With Good Nites she will be able to fight night time accidents discreetly and in a fun way.

Wearing them has made her more confident and slowly the accidents are becoming few and far between. Bed wetting can be a hard issue for parents and kids a like. It is something that has to be handled delicately. With GoodNites your child will have the ability to fight this without having to let anyone else know there is a problem.

With GoodNites, We will all have a good night :)

You too can Sign up for the undercover mission online for a chance to  win weekly prizes.Go to the GoodNites Facebook page to enter and win!  Use the following code to enter: 8675

Try these out for your little one and see the difference an Under Cover Mission will bring!

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krissie said...

shes so adorable

sarah trost said...

My girls were day time potty trained at ages 4,5,4,4 and night time took longer. Plenty told me to just spank them but they are on the autism spectrum and I just used pull ups and waited for them to learn!

Tiffany Dover said...

love this! We are needing a good overnight product and this seems like it might be it!

Jutta Pearce said...

I have a bedwetter. She is still pretty young right now. I'm hoping she outgrows it soon. But in case she doesn't I will keep this product in mind. Although, I am thinking if it is an extended problem, I will probably stick with cloth because disposable products like this are so expensive.

Ashleigh Swerdfeger said...

Goodnites are so cute! I might need them when my little potty trains. He is only 17 months so I don't have concerns yet. I am glad your daughter is doing so well with them :)

ConservamomE said...

So true!! Glad little ones can have a confidence even during this little hiccup in the road. :)

Danielle D said...

Love the commercials, so glad they are helping your sweet little one!

carpediem5790 said...

What a cutie! thanks! Thanks for the product review, very helpful.

Rachel N said...

I am glad they have products like this. Bed wetting is a developmental thing, not a behavioural thing. I am glad they have a product so little ones can be confident at night.

Sherry Compton said...

I'm so glad that they have an underwear like feel and style. Poor kids - they don't want to have accidents but they happen. This is a great way to not bring a lot of attention to it. It's also good that they were designed for moving since kids shift a lot in their sleep.

Yrenia said...

Bless her little heart. Yes, bed-wetting is tough especially as they become more independent people, especially when it comes to sleepovers with other children. Encouragement and GoodNites have been the best thing for our LOs.

Joy H said...

Starting to potty train my grand daughter soon. I love these and the pull ups.

Vanessa Coker said...

I have wondered how well these hold up. My son is mostly potty trained during the day but still needs a diaper at night, he's 2.5. And he fills them up so I know we HAVE to keep him in a diaper for bed time for a while longer.

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