The Vancouver-based moms behind this protective mat both struggled with pee-soaked sheets night after night and knew there had to be a better way. So they came up with a reusable waterproof mat made with a top layer of soft, breathable cotton, an absorbent middle layer, and a grippy, waterproofed bottom layer that helps it stay put to protect the mattress and sheets. The pads go right into the washer and dryer and are great for travel. (Fun fact: Moms Amanda and Liz pitched their mat on Dragons’ Den and shook on a deal!)
This bedwetting alarm is worn like a watch, and two sensors loop through your kid’s pyjamas to detect any loss of urine. When wetness is detected, an alarm sounds to wake him up so he can use the bathroom.
This watch vibrates or beeps for 20 seconds to remind kids to use the potty. Set the alarm to go off at fixed intervals or choose your own timings. Available in a number of different colours, the watch also offers a countdown timer.
$50 US, bedwettingstore.com
These disposable, ultra-absorbent underpants help to keep your child—and her bed—dry through the night. Unlike regular diapers, GoodNites are made separately for boys and girls to give each gender protection where they need it most. Plus, they’re easy to pull up and down if your kid gets up to use the bathroom in the night.
Your little superhero will feel a bit more confident with these Super Undies! The reusable, waterproof overnight bedwetting pants are available in cotton and microfibre and have four absorbent layers to prevent leaks. They’re also machine washable and dryer safe. Oh, and your little one will love the fun designs.
$33 US, superundies.com
Photo: Super Undies
Kids will delight in this story of Max and his quest to solve his friend Billy’s bedwetting mystery. Max goes over the science of how pee is made and then shares strategies on how to stay dry overnight. The book is packed with fun illustrations and engaging activities that are sure to help motivate your kiddo as you start nighttime training.