GoodNites TRU-FIT Offer Overnight Confidence for Big Kids!

I have been very fortunate in that none of my kids have gone through a bed wetting episode.  While we have had our share of potty training accidents, once the kids have completed their training, we have yet to have a lapse.

But we have had other sleep issues.  And as a mom who worries that her son will be safe when he sleepwalks, I totally understand how a mom may also worry about a kid who has issues with bedwetting.  In fact, it's pretty common among kids, and it is something that they outgrow.
  • 15% of children still wet the bed at age 5 
  • 7 to 10% of children still wet the bed at age 7 
  • 3% of boys and 2% of girls still wet the bed at age 10 
  • 1% of boys and very few girls still wet the bed at age 18 
In the meantime, however, it can be a scary and stressful thing for kids who want to social and do overnight activities with their friends.  Growing up, there was one child in my class who I knew struggled with this, and sleep overs were always a big deal.  Back then, overnight options looked more like adult diapers, and they were very embarassing.  Today, products like GoodNites give kids confidence by keeping them dry in pants that look and feel like normal underwear.  They are made with cotton cloth with a waistband like their daytime underwear, but they have a protective lining pouch that a disposable liner can fit into. If an accident happens, it's not a big deal.  No one ever has to know!

The kit we looked at was a starter pack priced at $17.97 at Walmart.  It included 2 of the cloth underwear and 5 inserts.  You can also buy the refill packs of the disposable inserts for $8.97 per package. They come in sizes up to 100 pounds and in boy and girl colors. You can also find a large assortment of them at

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As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I've received samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.