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Hi Neighbors,

Today I want to share a little bit about GoodNites* TRU-FIT*.  I do not have child who needs these, but I have had experience with more than one that would have benefitted from GoodNites*.  When my oldest two daughters were quite a bit younger, ok, a lot younger, they had a close friend they asked to spend the night.  Her mother came to me and said she could not spend the night because she randomly wet the bed at night and she was too embarrassed that it might happen it she spent the night.  She also felt uncomfortable having my daughters spend the night as she did not want that to happen in front of them.  These would have been perfect to give her the confidence and peace of mind so she could comfortably participate in a sleepover.

GoodNites* TRU-FIT* is a new type of bedtime protection.  This is an actual pair of help machine washable, underpants that has disposable absorbent inserts.  The TRU-Fit* underwear are available in S/M or L/XL and come in a variety of prints for both boys and girls.  These will give you children the confidence they need without being obvious to others what they are wearing.  These ARE NOT disposable underwear, only the Disposable Inserts are meant to be thrown away each morning.

GoodNites* TRUFIT* are a discrete solution to help children find confidence in their bedwetting problems.  Many times the child is embarrassed and can not control what is occurring.  My daughter's young friend actually had a milk allergy that was causing her bedwetting.  After changing her diet she was able to overcome the bedwetting.

Through a GoodNites* study it is estimated that 1 in 6 children between the ages of 4-12 experience bedwetting.  Bedwetting can cause your child to avoid activities, like sleepovers due to fear and embarrassment.  Also, 43% of parents surveyed believe children can be trained out of bedwetting, which is not necessarily true as seen by the two examples I shared.



Another time we ran into a situation like this was when a friend's youngest child had been diagnosed with cancer.  Some of the slightly older siblings developed bedwetting.  GoodNites* TRU-FIT* would have been a big help in this situation.  Their bedwetting was brought on by fear and of course the stress their family was experiencing.   I am sure they would have appreciated having TRU-FIT* during this time in their life as they felt out of control.

GoodNites* TRU-FIT* will help your child make it through the night with confidence.  You can find GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Underwear Starter Pack at Walmart.

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You can download a GoodNites* TRU-FIT* coupon for $2 off at http://www.goodnites.com/our-products/goodnites-trufit/

Thank yo for stopping by today!  See you soon!

Comments

Marti Tabora said…
These do seem like they would be really great for those folks who have kids that need them.

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