Thankfully, we were able to share with Wyatt that he was not alone in the bedwetting struggle. In fact, more boys than girls are affected by this and 7-10% of children still wet the bed at age 7. One of the keys to his success in not wetting the bed was for us to develop some good habits and routines to help him. One of our main goals was for him to not feel ashamed or embarrassed by his struggle with bedwetting. We started limiting his liquid intake after 7:00pm. That way, he wasn't filling up on juices and water right before bed. We also made sure he went to the potty right before bed and we woke him up and made him go potty again before we went to bed (we are night owls so we typically go to bed around midnight), and we would wake him up early in the morning to go potty again. Of course, every night he wore Pamper's UnderJams! I tend to be a "one-stop" Mom because of our busy schedule so I always bought UnderJams at Walmart because I could get groceries, hygiene products, stuff for the house, etc. in one stop.
Pampers UnderJams offer night wear leakage protection that features a night lock ultra-absorbent core. It contains ComfortWear quiet, cloth-like materials for privacy and a low waist so only your child knows you are wearing them under their pajamas. Best of all, Pampers UnderJams are extremely affordable so you can not only provide your child the night time protection they need but you can also know you are getting your money's worth too.
At PampersUnderJams.com, you can learn more about 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. Pampers UnderJams is a wonderful way to give your child the confidence they need to make it through the bedwetting stage and provide them the nighttime protection they deserve.
What is your experience, advice, or thoughts on bedwetting???
Disclaimer: This is a compensated review as I am a blogger with Acorn Influence. The opinions expressed here are my own and reflect our own experiences.