GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats Coupon and Giveaway (4 winners)

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I am still in disbelief that all three of my children are potty trained.  Now, my oldest has been accident free for 18 months, and my just about 5 year old has one accident a year?? But my little one, who just turned 3 last week…she’s just not ready to be dry overnight.  She’s frequently dry, but not reliably. The problem is she’s adamant about NO DIAPERS!!  and even when we put them on her, by the time I go in to tuck her in and kiss her before I go to bed, she’s wearing nothing at all on her little tush.  Cute, but the laundry gets old really fast.  I’ve been searching for a solution and I think I have found it in the new GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats.  She can wear big girl underpants to bed, and I don’t have to worry about wet sheets in the morning.  I would much rather not make this a power struggle and let her be in underpants, and the GoodNites allow me to do so.

After learning some helpful facts, readers can print a $2 coupon for GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats so they can try them out with their own kids!While downloading the coupon, you can also learn facts about bed wetting like what causes it and how you can help your child avoid it
You can also shop all the GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats products and learn exactly how they work

For the giveaway, I’d like readers to interact with the unique features on the page. So, for one of the ways to enter, I’d like readers to visit the page and leave a comment on your post saying what they learned from the quiz about bed wetting. 

If interested, please link readers to:

see.walmart.com/goodnitesmats?cid=sbo.314.1776

FOUR lucky readers will each win  1pack of GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats and a $15 Walmart gift card!
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  • entered the Back to School with The Children’s Place

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  • Set up a reward system, such as a progress chart where your child gets a sticker for every night he or she stays dry

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  • I learned 15% of 5-year-olds are still not dry through the night!

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  • I took the quiz and learned that 15% of 5 year olds wet the bed at night.

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  • entered nectresse giveaway

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  • Try a bedwetting alarm to help your child learn to respond to the feeling of a full bladder

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  • 15% of 5 year olds still wet the bed

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  • I learned that bedwetting is usually a sleep issue – a child sleep so deeply that the child isn’t aware that he’s wet the bed.

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  • Entered the EI Hot Dots GA

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  • entered childrens place

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  • I learned that 15% of 5 year olds or 3-4 children in a first grade class are still bedwetters.

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  • I entered your Children’s Place giveaway.

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  • entered planet box
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  • I learned bedwetting is common, with 5-7 million kids between 4-12 years old experiencing nighttime wetting in the U.S.

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  • I learned that about 15% of five-year-olds, or 3-4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night

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  • I learned that 5 to 7 million kids in the US experience bedwetting. I knew it was common, but didn’t realize it was THAT common.

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  • entered nectresse
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  • Avoid liquids and caffeine before bedtime, and never punish your child for wetting the bed. Remember, it’s a common issue he or she can’t control and laying blame is only going to make it worse!

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  • I learned that 5-7 million kids between 4-12 years old still wet the bed. My son is almost 11 and I was extremely concerned, but I now know this is fairly common.

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  • I learned 15% of 5 year olds still wet the bed.

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  • I entered your Nectresse giveaway.

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  • Children who wet the bed often sleep so deeply that they are unaware of bladder sensations and how to control them at night. Most children eventually grow out of this.

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  • I learned that 5 to 7 million kids in the US experience bedwetting. It is very common.

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  • I entered planet box giveaway.

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  • entered Nectresse™ 100%

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  • I learned that bedwetting is a sleep issue and that children sleep too deeply to get up to use the bathroom. Using an alarm will help wake them up and remind them to go.

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  • Bedwetting, or enuresis, is a sleep issue

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  • I learned, that about 15% of five-year-olds, or 3-4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night.

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  • I entered the “Amazon GC” giveaway.

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  • entered safeskin

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  • About 15% of five-year-olds, or 3-4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night

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  • I entered the Amazon gift card giveaway.

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  • I learned that Bedwetting is very common with kids.

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  • i didn’t realise how common bedwetting was.

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  • 5-7 million kids have problems with bed wetting~!

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  • The bed mats will come in very handy! Thank you!

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  • More boys than girls wet the bed ans some out grow it but millions if kids suffer from bedwetting so help them to feel like they are not a lone

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  • I learned bed wetting is super common!

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  • Bedwetting is common, with 5-7 million kids between 4-12 years old experiencing nighttime wetting in the U.S.

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  • I learned that 5-7 million kids have bedwetting problems

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  • entered Safeskin giveaway

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  • About 15% of five-year-olds, or 3-4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night

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  • entered $100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

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  • I learned that children who wet the bed often sleep so deeply that they are not aware of bladder sensations and how to control them at night.

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  • I entered the $100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway.

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  • 5-7 millioon kids between 4 to 7 wet the bed

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  • I entered your Sears patio giveaway

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  • I learned bedwetting is hereditary.

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  • I learned that 20% of boys aged 5-12 bed wet!

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  • I learned Bedwetting is common, with 5-7 million kids between 4-12 years old experiencing nighttime wetting in the U.S.

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