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I have four kids. Three of them took to the potty with ease, and one did not. My youngest is the one who did not. He used his potty chair as a resource for climbing; he used it for stuffed animal parties, and he once even used it for cheese puff storage. No need to 'ew' and gross out, the potty chair was more like a bowl than a potty...having never actually been used as a potty at that point (and no I did not let him eat the cheese puffs). We tried story time, imagination time, having his favorite stuffed animal 'go potty,' etc. Nothing worked. So, we switched to a potty that rested on the big bowl. That didn't work either: little man was scared he was going to get flushed. I laugh while typing, but that's a true story.
Everyone was worried, his dad and I were not. We knew he'd get it all down pat, when he was ready. And he did...but it took awhile. Even when he was about to start Kindergarten a couple of years ago, he still had accidents sometimes at night. That meant when he was invited to his grandma's to sleep over with his cousin... he didn't want to go. He was embarrassed. When I asked later if he wanted his friend from down the road to sleep over, he was temporarily excited and then declined. Again, he was embarrassed.
Despite our reassurances that it was okay that he was still having an accident once in awhile at night, he didn't want to take that chance in front of anyone but his immediate family. That's when family and friends with good intentions kicked their advice into high gear, trying to tell us how we should 'train' him out of his 'problem.' I thanked them and then did what we knew was best. Turns out my instincts were spot-on.
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Inside is a hidden panel for the disposable absorbent pad.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics though, children who are going through the bed-wetting experience psychologically, like my son in the examples above, do not want to participate in fun activities such as sleepovers, because of their fear and embarrassment.
I am happy to report that my son has been 100% potty trained for a good long while now, but like I said, it was a challenge. I wish at the time, that I would have known about GoodNites* TRU-FIT* underwear. With 41% of parents (surveyed) feeling frustration with bedwetting, I know there other moms and dads out there who will want to know about this product too. Available at Walmart and select national retailers, these little beauties are designed to protect your child and help them with their self-assurance. With 51% of parents wishing for a better way to protect their child, this product truly fits a need.
What are GoodNites* TRU-FIT* underwear? They are machine-washable real underwear with disposable absorbent inserts (disposable inserts should be discarded after each night's use) designed to help keep pajamas and sheets dry at night. They are a great choice for parents not only because of their superior quality, but also because they look exactly like underwear that every other little boy or girl are wearing, which will give the children (and the parents in certain situations!) peace of mind. 87% of the moms surveyed who have used this product for their child, noted that the GoodNites* TRU-FIT* underwear made their child feel more confident. 87% is a big deal.
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