Bed-wetting is not an issue that we struggle with, but it can be challenging and quite stressful. I remember having a few accidents while away at my cousins’ house when I was about 7 years old. I vividly remember waking up wet and mortified, helplessly crying on the edge of the bed. Most likely I had something to drink before bed and had one of those toilet dreams. You know, the ones where you’re on a mission trying to find the bathroom. You proceed to use the toilet… ahh relief… wait a minute. It’s a little harder for children to wake from a deep slumber and in my case, I had woken after it was too late.
Fortunately, I was able to get things under control, but it’s actually common for big kids to struggle a bit with bed-wetting. In fact, one out of six children wet the bed between ages 4 and 12. For big kids in need of discreet and age appropriate protection, GoodNites offers TRU-FIT undies that look, feel, and wash like regular underwear. The cotton-blend undies feature fully sealed seams and a water-repellant coating. They’re lined with a waterproof latex which hold a disposable six-layer insert for ultimate protection. These are a mature alternative to training pants and bed liners. Now kids can approach bedtime and sleepovers with confidence, sans stress, and embarrassment.
GoodNites TRU-FIT starter kits are available in trendy styles for boys and girls in sizes small through extra large. They can be found at Walmart for $17.97. The kit includes 2 pair of soft fabric underwear with 5 disposable inserts as well. Additional inserts can be purchased in packs of 18 for $8.97. Be sure to grab the $3 coupon on the GoodNites website.
As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I’ve received samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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