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GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Available at Walmart is a discrete solution for bedwetting! #WalmartTRUFIT #IC #ad

I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for GoodNites* TRU-FIT*. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating.


If you’re an avid reader of my blog you’ll know that I have a 6 year old and from reading my posts you’d know that we recently moved, which is when we started having bedwetting issues with our daughter. I was on the lookout for a solution to help my daughter feel more confident when I was presented with GoodNites* TRU-FIT*, which are available at Walmart! You can check out our post from a few weeks ago here.

We have been using GoodNites* TRU-FIT* for a few weeks now, and they have been a life saver for my daughter. It’s less mess for mom and dad too, as we don’t have to strip the bed to wash sheets every day, and we don’t have to do a bath or shower in the morning before school. As parents, we all know how much easier that is to do the night before. GoodNites* TRU-FIT* are not only making my daughter feel confident and she can sleep throughout the night, but it’s a timesaver for mom and dad, plus a peace of mind knowing our daughter is sleeping soundly. I’m just happy my daughter is happy and wakes up in a fabulous mood each day.

Check out this great video from GoodNites* TRU-FIT*

GoodNites* TRU-FIT* are so easy to use, they are real underwear with a disposable insert that you just toss in the trash. The underwear are washed in the washer and dryer, just like normal. Once you purchase the GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Underwear Starter Pack, which comes with 2 pair of underwear along with 5 disposable inserts, you can just purchase the inserts separately. Of course the GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Underwear Starter Pack comes in different sizes, and of course, for girls or boys. They’re a fabulous product and I’d definitely recommend them to any parent who has a child with a bedwetting issues.


Remember it’s very very common, and nothing to be embarrassed about for you or your child. There’s no reason to be frustrated either, bedwetting just happens and it’s something your child can’t be trained out of.  GoodNites* TRU-FIT* just makes it easier to deal with . Whether at home in their beds or having fun at a sleepover, GoodNites* TRU-FIT* underwear protects your child and keeps them self-assured.

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Disclosure: I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for GoodNites* TRU-FIT*. I received samples for this review and a promotional item to thank me for participating. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. If you have any questions about this event or would like to see your product or event hosted by Everything Mommyhood, please email


Saturday 28th of March 2015

So many things I wish had been invented 40 years ago when I could have used them.

slehan at juno dot com


Friday 27th of March 2015

This is a great idea to avoid accidents, no need to worry about bed wetting. This is a great idea for children who have made the transition from diapers and are still accident prone.

Deborah D

Friday 27th of March 2015

I will tell my sister about these.


Friday 27th of March 2015

My 7 year old still wets the bed fairly often. It has only very recently started to improve to the point where I feel somewhat confident in letting him sleep without his Pull-ups on (we call them his "magic pants"). I don't know if this product would be helpful for him because when he has an accident he completely soaks the bed. Even in a Pull-Up it leaks out occasionally. These don't look like they are designed to hold that much. I did see them advertised recently and considered getting some, but decided against it for that reason. Have you noticed if they are able to absorb a lot of urine or are they more for minor accidents? I would be curious to know. My son is extremely embarrased, angry and disappointed in himself every time this happens, even though I do not get angry or frustrated with him at all (I was also a bedwetter so I know how it feels when your mom or dad gets mad at you for it). It puts him in a foul mood all morning and sometimes he just plants himself in the corner and pouts. :(


Friday 27th of March 2015

They are actually VERY absorbent and holds a TON, but I'd also limit liquids before bed so he doesn't pee so much!


Thursday 26th of March 2015

Thanks so much for the Terrific Review on GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Available at Walmart is a discrete solution for bedwetting! I was very lucky with all my kids because non of them had this problem. However, I know that my Grandson sometimes wets his bed. He's been potty trained for a while now, but still has "accidents". He just turned 4 in November. I know that my daughter yells at him and makes a huge deal out of the fact that she has to wash the sheets and the room smells like pee and everything! I really think she makes him feel really bad about himself and with having Asperger's, I think this is why he has angry outbursts! I've tried talking to her about this, however, what do I know! I tell her all the time that it's not his fault and she needs to stop yelling at him and making a big deal about it! It's not his fault! Unfortunately, she does whatever she wants and doesn't listen to me! Anyway, thanks so much for sharing your terrific review, the pictures, the video and your personal and professional information on GoodNites TRU-FIT with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again! Michele :)


Friday 27th of March 2015

You're right. She shouldn't be yelling at him for this. He is only 4! Goodness, my 7 year old still wets the bed frequently and sure it is inconvenient, but I NEVER yell at him for it. He feels bad enough on his own (see my comment below). I also have a son with Asperger's who is 17. He never had a problem with bed-wetting and neither did my daughter who is 9. It sounds like your daughter is overwhelmed. Raising a child on the autism spectrum can be very difficult. Are you close enough to babysit for her every now and then? Maybe she just needs a break so that she can relax and calm down. I also know that as a mom and a daughter I don't like it when my mother criticizes my parenting style or tries to tell me how I should be doing something. So I get that too. It's a tough situation to be in. I wish there was an easy answer. :(