Conquer Enuresis with Pampers UnderJams!!
Did you know that Enuresis is the technical term for bed wetting, I didn’t, but I do now. Never too old to learn something new! As I progress down the road of motherhood with little Gradie I am living testament to this statement – I am learning something new every day it seems. While Gradie is still a bit young to begin potty training, I have had numerous (I think we’re up to 11 or 12 now) nieces and nephews who have or who are currently going through the process of potty training and working on stopping bed wetting all together!
We all know that bed wetting is no laughing matter and causes great embarassment for our little ones. If our children are unable to control their bedwetting this can also humiliate them at sleep overs with friends, or worse yet, make them not attend these fun ‘kids rituals’ with their friends. Some of my fondest memories as a child are sleep overs, at friends, cousins, grand parents, all of them 🙂 !!
As my nieces and nephews have grown up (they currently range in age from 28 through 2) and gone through potty training and the bed wetting stage there have been a couple of great tips that their parents have followed to keep bed wetting to a minimum and hopefully avoid it all together. The biggest tip that I received when I polled them was to have NOTHING to drink after 6pm. They all agreed that this played a huge role in a successful (or unsuccessful) bedwetting free night. Another extremely useful tip is to make sure you take your little ones to use the potty right before bed time. Getting into a habit of doing both of these will definitely help minimize bed wetting, and as they get used to this routine their bedwetting accidents should diminish and eventually become non existent.
While I was chatting with my sister in laws about this topic, I mentioned to them the new product from Pampers called UnderJams, because I am sure you know, bed wetting doesn’t stop overnight. It takes time, some more than others, and that is where Pampers Underjams can step in to save the day – well maybe not save it, but they sure do help give confidence back to your son or daughter in this tough time as well as create an easy solution to tackle the bedwetting problems in your home. Underjams are designed for kids who are potty trained, but still struggle with wetting the bed at night.
Take a look at this useful infogrpahic from Pampers, below;
When your child wakes up dry, they feel a sense of accomplishment. I remember my niece excitedly telling me how she was dry when she woke up one morning. She was so proud of herself you’d think she’d explode. That’s why I want you to check out Pampers UnderJams night wear.
UnderJams is the only night wear leakage protection that features a NightLock ultra-absorbent core, giving your son or daughter the confidence they need to conquer the day and night. For additional information and helpful resources I encourage you to head over to Pampers Underjams.com where Moms like you can learn about enuresis (bedwetting), watch videos and read articles with helpful insights from Moms who are leading pediatricians – who have dealt with their own children suffering from bedwetting.
I also want to share with you that you can head over to your nearest Walmart or Walmart.com to pick up Pampers Underjams TODAY!! We browsed their supply when we were at Walmart this weekend and we’ll be back to buy some just as soon as we’re wrapping potty training with Gradie.
When we were checking them out I noticed too that Underjams are ‘ComfortWear quiet’, they are made of cloth-like materials for privacy. Easy for your little one to change into without anyone even knowing while at that sleep over they so badly wanted to attend. They also have a low waist, again helping ensure no one knows that he/she is wearing it except themselves. Pampers UnderJams are available in sizes S/M and L/XL and fits children up to 85lbs.
Pampers Underjams have created this great downloadable ebook called, “Sal the Sasquatch Conquers Bedwetting” which you can download, by clicking HERE, and share with your little guy/gal who still battles bed wetting and all that comes along with it.
Share with me, below, what tips you might have for little ones going through the bed wetting stage. Have you battled with this with your children? I am sure other mom’s reading this would love to hear any suggestions you might have.