Wednesday, February 27, 2013

GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats Review and Give-a-way ends 03/13/2013...

TRUSTED NIGHTTIME PROTECTION



We were so excited to learn that a product we love was just named "2013 Product of the Year" in the Children's Category, that product? GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats.


If you have a bedwetter, a little one potty training or just a sick child then you will love the GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats. What it is is a disposable bed mat that actually adheres (safely) to your child's sheet ensuring whatever kind of mess might happen, you are guaranteed less cleanup, a cleaner bed and a more confident child knowing they don't have to be embarrassed if an accident happens. 



We love the bed mats. Grady doesn't wet the bed unless he drinks tons before bed and let me tell you, he is quite the drinker. Pour him a glass of juice and I guarantee it will be gone before he ever touches his food and then he will want a refill too. It's crazy, but accidents are bound to happen once in awhile, drinker or not. 



The GoodNites Bed Mats are the perfect solution, easing my mind of a huge messy cleanup in the middle of the night and Grady can go to bed feeling good knowing if an accident does happen... well, it's okay and mom and dad won't care as much knowing his bed is protected.

The bed mats are the perfect solution if you have a regular bedwetter. I was a bedwetter until I was about 12. My mom finally took me to the doctor and we got it treated, but there are many, many, many parent's out there (maybe you) who struggle with this every night. Every child is different and the solutions are not always that easy. Just know that you are not alone and help is available. My mom wishes they had a product like the GoodNites Bed Mats when I was little. She said she can't tell you how many times she or my dad was up in the night changing sheets. She said this would have saved her so much work and given her more hours of rest! 

The GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats are a great product to have on hand when your little one gets the flu too. We went through this a few weeks ago and these are so nice to lay on the bed when puking and diarrhea happens. They really do make cleanup so much easier!

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Whether you need tips, advice or just a great product to help you stay on top of the situation, the maker's of the GoodNites Bed Mats are here to help!


Their website offers resources, answers and product solutions so that you and your child can have a worry-free, better nites sleep!


-WIN IT- 


I'm so excited to tell you that GoodNites wants you to be able to try their Disposable Bed Mats that were just named '2013 Product of the Year'. That's why they are offering you the chance to win one of their Confidence Booster Kit's like we just received. 

Kit includes: One package of their GoodNites Bed Mats, Slippers, an Alarm Clock, Cloud Cork Boards, a Star Master, a Crayola Glow Art product and some fun Twinkling Strand Lights.  

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Disclaimer: GoodNites sent The Jackson Five Family Blog a complimentary product sample to conduct this reader review and giveaway. All opinions are our own! 

16 comments:

  1. I'd use them in my bed-I have a gastric tube that drains my stomach to keep me from vomiting, cuz my stomach doesn't work. It would save me from many times of changing sheets every day to every week.
    thanks!! j-pennington@live.com Jamie

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  2. My grandson gets a good nights sleep by sleeping in his own bed and going to sleep on time each night.

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  3. My daughter needs a bath before bed time and a story or for me to play some lullabies on her radio.

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  4. karo Carolyn. I like this for babies too, great,that it adheres to sheet

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  6. we'd have good nites cause it would help when my nephew sleeps over and sometimes has an accident..so that everyone wouldn't have to get up for bed changing
    nannypanpan@gmail.com

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  7. We co-sleep so that's what gives us both a good nights sleep! :)

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  8. I just tried posting a comment, but don't see it, and the login for linking the comment gave me a little trouble when I hit publish, so I'll (re)summarize:

    My little one has the occasional accident. I've found that 3 things minimize their occurrences...
    1) Minimize sugary drinks in the evenings (moreso when out for dinner, than at home, where we encourage them to drink water)
    2) Try going to the bathroom right before lullabies (even if she went 45 min before)
    3) Have a small glass of water (instead of a mostly full water bottle) by her bed (she sometimes wakes up in the night with her mouth feeling parched).

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  9. My four year has only had one accident in over a year and a half. I make sure she potties before bed, but other than that I think I'm blessed. My two year is getting potty trained right now, but gets a goodnight currently by having grandma rock her at night..hopefully it doesn't bite me in the end!
    Stacee Froning

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  10. My daughter needs her scooby doo dvd or Beetlejuice (IDK what it is but she loves this movie) playing before she can get to bed!
    mcfallsk8er(at)aim(dot)com

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  11. Having a routine of bath, water, book, restroom and sleep.

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  12. We have a bedtime routine we stick by of bath, story, hugs then lights out. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  13. I make sure my daughter doesnt drink anything an hour or so before bed.

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  14. We try to stick to a routine at bed time, but these Goodnight mats would help make it better!

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  15. The bed mats are also worked wonders for vacations and sleepovers for my boy.

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