Wednesday, August 22, 2012

{GIVEAWAY} GoodNites “Be Educated” Kit

If you have little ones, you’re gonna LOVE this giveaway! 
Take a look at this fun stuff!
GoodNites Be Educated (Boy) Kit
Recently I was approached by GoodNites about their new campaign to educate parents about bedwetting.  They offered me the opportunity to share a little information with my readers, and they are also offering a generous giveaway package to one lucky reader! 
 
While we are blessed that Alex adjusted easily to dry nights, not all parents can say the same.  In fact, according to information from a new GoodNites infographic, 40% of parents with children between the ages of 4 – 6 say their child still wets the bed once a week.   With one potty training child and one still in diapers, our family may be thankful for this information in the next few years!
 
{Click on the image below to view as a full-size .pdf file}GoodNites_bedwetting 
Many potty trained children still struggle with bladder control while sleeping.  As they get older, a PullUp might not be large enough or absorbant enough.  I found it interesting to learn that GoodNites are 40% more absorbant than disposable training pants.  That fact might be helpful to some of those of you who are tired of changing wet sheets!
 
GoodNites are meant to work best when children are lying down, and they are also designed to have a soft and quiet feel.  I imagine that prevents some embarrassing situations at sleepovers!  GoodNites come in two sizes, S/M for clothing sizes 4 – 8 and L /XL for clothing sizes 8 – 14.  You can find more at the GoodNites website.  While you’re there, print a $1 coupon!
 
Currently, their size S/M comes in a SpiderMan print.  I don’t know about your little guys, but my 4 year old is FASCINATED with SpiderMan right now!  The girls’ size S/M comes in a Tinkerbell print, which I’m sure will appeal to preschool girls!
 
GoodNites would like to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to win a fun “Be Educated” kit.  Take a look at the pictures below!  Don’t these look fun?
 
{“Be Educated” Kit for boys}
GoodNites Be Educated (Boy) Kit
{“Be Educated” Kit for girls}
GoodNites Be Educated (Girl) Kit

If you cannot see the Rafflecopter below, refresh your browser or try a different browser/mobile device. If you still cannot see the Rafflecopter, you may enter by leaving a comment *sharing one thing you've learned* about GoodNites or bedwetting. BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND E-MAIL ADDRESS if entering without using the Rafflecopter. Thanks!

47 comments:

Kim M. Cobb said...

It is good to know that it is "normal" for kids 4-6 to still wet the bed once a week because that is where we are right now. Although some times we'll have dry night for several weeks with a pull-up or good nights but the night we decide he doesn't need it- he wets. I also didn't know the differnce between pullups and goodnights. I usually buy what I can get in the correct size cheaper.

heart4thehome said...

Thanks for this giveaway. My guy is 7 and still struggles every single night. It runs in our family. He is the 3rd generation of boys that has struggled with this problem. I am so grateful he is growing up in a time where there is such cool stuff for guys like him. So, thanks for the giveaway! :)

TravelingKailey said...

I learned that they are 40 per cent more absorbent than pullups. I had thought they were just larger pullups.

Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys said...

Rafflecopter is a strange thing - sometimes it won't show up on a computer! If it doesn't work for you, try refreshing the page or using a different web browser.

If it still doesn't work, leave a comment *telling one new thing you learned about bedwetting or GoodNites* and INCLUDE YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS. I will enter you into the Rafflecopter using that information :)

Amy said...

I didn't realize they were 40% more absorbent than pullups! That is fantastic! My 4 1/2 year old still struggles with staying dry at night.

Miller Family said...

I had no idea that GoodNites are 40% more absorbant than disposable training pants. Thats great! Who would have thought. :)

Dani said...

My husband and I have been questioning our parenting because our 4 year old can't seem to keep his bed dry at night. Glad to know they come in Spiderman designs! He's going to love them!

The Hamstras said...

I also didn't realize they were more absorbent. I just thought they came in bigger sizes than pull ups. Have a feeling I'm gonna need some of these for our new little guy.

Dony Johnson said...

Its reassuring to know that 1 out of every 9 kids wets the bed. I have been have occasional bedwetting issue with my preschooler. The website gave some really good tipson how to approach the problem.

CourtneyKing said...

I learned that bed wetting is actually really common! It is comforting to know that my son is not the only one! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Lori Summers said...

I am glad to learn that they are meant to work while lying down. Other training pants are meant to be used mainly while awake so they have the potential to leak and sometimes do. Ask me how I know...lol

Carrie B said...

did not know they were 40% more absorbent than pull-ups!

Casey Russell said...

My son has been potty trained for a while but is starting to have accidents again. Good to see these might be a solution!

tgoswife said...

This is awesome. My 5 yr old is not potty trained yet. We have hit MAJOR walls there... I managed to potty train my other 4 way before they were this age. The GoodNites have saved my life! LOL I don't know what I would do without them!

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Brianna said...

Yay for being more absorbent than pullups! My 4 year old son wets at night and I AM tired of changing wet sheets! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Kimberly said...

I learned the the goodnight pants come in Tinkerbell! :)

AmberW said...

I learned that GoodNights come in Spiderman. My son loves Spiderman.

Markus3 said...

I learned that they are 40 percent more absorbent than pullups.

Markus3 said...

I learned that they are 40 percent more absorbent than pullups.

Smileyhappychan said...

I learned that there are 40% of kids that still wet the bed between the ages of 4 and 6.

Lisa D said...

Its good to know that bedwetting is normal up to 4-6... DD is getting there... she has nights that she'll wake up and go and nights that she ends up soaked.

Tanya M said...

I learned that they make the girls’ ones in a Tinkerbell print.

Lisa said...

that goodnites work best while children are lying down

Kelly said...

I didn't know that after potty training, it could still be several years of night time bedwetting. We are just now starting potty training (going well so far!), so this is a great giveaway. Thanks!

Becca said...

Good info to know! We are just starting on potty training so it's nice to have a "head's up".

Katrina said...

I learned: GoodNites are 40% more absorbant than disposable training pants.

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Shannon said...

I never realized that GoodNites are meant to work best when children are lying down... but I guess that makes perfect sense! lol

Chelle Kulagin said...

I didn't realize they were more absorbent.

Chelle Kulagin said...

I didn't realize they were more absorbent.

Annette said...

O how fun! I have 2 that we are still struggling to stay dry at night. I change LOTS of sheets :-(

Annette said...

O how fun! I have 2 that we are still struggling to stay dry at night. I change LOTS of sheets :-(

Rebecca Kvenvolden said...

So excited to see this giveaway! my 6yo struggles every night with bed wetting and we are so grateful for goodnights!!! there is NO way pull ups would cut it!

Brett and Cassie said...

We have three children in Goodnights. They are a self confidence saver.

Melinda Weiser said...

I did not know that 40% of parents say their child wets the bed at 6 yrs old. My daughter is five and still wears pull ups at night time, and my son is three and is still working on potty training.

Melinda Weiser said...

I did not know that 40% of parents say their child wets the bed at 6 yrs old. My daughter is five and still wears pull ups at night time, and my son is three and is still working on potty training.

Jennifer Magreevy said...

My son is about to be 4, and potty training hasn't been very successful. Its nice to know I'm not alone!! :-)

letti said...

Oh my word, this is amazing! Jaxon is 3 1/2 and he still uses pullups at night, but slowly but surely we're getting there.... :)

Sara @ Embracing Destiny said...

I learned that they're designed to work best when the child is lying down, so they're really perfect for those night-time accidents!

Susan Hall said...

I have three little boys that still wet the bed. With my oldest child being 21 I am ready to pass this phase. This package would be a wonderful thing to have.

Michelle said...

Yep, Channing is still a nighttime wetter but sully has been dry for a few months! They are sooooo different!

Elizabeth Caley said...

I didn't know they were different than pull ups. The stats about bed wedding were very informative too. Thanks for the giveaway!

Riverbank Babble said...

This is Awesome! I currently have two bedwetters that are 10 and 4....yikes, will it ever end?

Kat said...

What a fun giveaway!!!!

brandy said...

I didnt realize they were more absorbant than pullups I just thought they were bigger. Good to know. :)

Annie said...

My daughter still wets the bed at night, and the goodnights are a much better fit. This pack would be nice to win, to show her it's okay to be in them at night.

Annie said...

My daughter still wets the bed at night, and the goodnights are a much better fit. This pack would be nice to win, to show her it's okay to be in them at night.

Kaniemer10 said...

yes, I agree it is good to know that it is normal for 4-6 yr olds to still wet the bed. my almost 4 yr old still has trouble