CLOSED!! GoodNites Bed Mats Review & Giveaway!

As a mom to 2 little ones, potty training has been a part of our daily routine for quite a while now, and although both of my kids potty trained fairly easily, I’ve found my 5 year old started bedwetting. She’s been potty trained for about 2 1/2 years now, but over the past year, she’s reverted back to wetting the bed at night. I’m not really sure why, but I was finding myself changing sheets every night. One night I even changed the sheets with her in the bed because she was so out of it. She doesn’t even know she’s had an accident. She doesn’t like pull-ups because she says they’re for babies, so we were getting desperate.

I was shopping with a friend and we stumbled across the new GoodNites mats. I thought they were such a good idea, but I just wasn’t sure how they would work. A few weeks later I actually got an email to review the GoodNites mats! I can’t tell you how excited I was! I think I went on and on in my email about how this came at the perfect time!

I received the GoodNites Mats along with a girls “Confidence Booster” Kit! Can I just say that this kit was absolutely the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! I especially love the alarm clock to help her with waking up to go to the bathroom!

The GoodNites mats are the perfect size for a twin bed and they are big enough to cover a large area (If you have kids like mine that roll all around you will understand why that’s important)! They have sticky pads on all for corners that keep the mats in place (again perfect for the movers that get the sheets all twisted)!! You don’t have to worry about the mats not sticking because these are super duper sticky! If they don’t have any accidents for a few nights, I just leave the pad down and it’s doesn’t even move or peel up (this allows you to get more use out of them). We actually pull the top sheet up over the mats (out of sight, out of mind)!

But, so far with the accidents they’ve had, not one time has it leaked through the mat! This is IMPRESSIVE!

I honestly have nothing negative to say about the GoodNites mats. The only comment I have is that sometimes the paper doesn’t easily peel off the sticky pad, I’ve found that it works best if you peel slowly! Other than that, I’m thoroughly pleased! If you’re impressed now too, then go print your coupon now to save $1.50 off at Target!!

Don’t worry, I didn’t forget about you all!!! We’re giving away a pack of GoodNites Mats to one lucky reader!!

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Disclosure: GoodNites® provided me with a pack of GoodNites® Bed Mats and a Confidence Booster Kit to conduct a reader giveaway. However, my opinions on the product are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive sentiments towards GoodNites® or their products.

Comments

  1. Brittany C says

    All of it! I’m not looking forward to potty training my youngest. Hopefully she will be easier then my first:)

  2. mami2jcn says

    My biggest struggle with my sons was the fact that they were just plain scared of the potty.  It’ll be interesting to see how it goes with my daughter.  I’m entering on the rafflecopter with my Facebook username (Mary Happymommy).  Thanks!

  3. Pookiecat123 says

    biggest struggle was going #2 in the potty and not in diaper
    Judy S
    pookiecat123 at yahoo dot com

  4. Debbie Welchert says

    Our biggest problem right now is he’s kind of afraid of the potty, so it takes a lot to get him to even use the potty.

  5. says

    We haven’t started potty training yet.  I’m worried about keeping up with all of the extra laundry when we do start.  :)
    kirbycolby at gmail dot com
     

  6. Tabathia B says

    getting her to go potty period and letting me know when she has to go instead of after she goes and hiding when she goes #2

  7. says

    My 3 yr old girl is scared to sit on the potty. She doesnt want to be a big girl. Then my 2 yr old boy,  I have no clue how to teach him to pee and my husband is working all the time. My 1 yr old girl is just starting, and then next month we will have a newborn. So I guess my BIGGEST problem is having so many so close.

  8. Onecheaplady says

    I had a ton of trouble potty training my daughter a few years ago, and with my son about ready to begin, I feel flooded with those same anxieties! 

  9. Kamilah Berry says

    I am trying to get my son to sleep w/o pull ups and the hard part is that he will sleep right through it, so there is no deterrent

  10. Greenhilllove says

    I am struggling with teaching her that she needs to go #2 in the potty and not run to find the pull-ups and hide. 

  11. Jessica says

    We aren’t ready to start yet, but I think the biggest struggle will be determining when our daughter is ready

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