Having #ConfidentNites with Drynites® pyjama pants #ad (with vlog)

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I’m really enjoying working with Drynites® in my new ambassador role. If you follow me on social media then you may have noticed I went for a rather sleepy weekend at the beautiful Alexander House Hotel & Spa -it was luxury let me tell you-We ate, we drank (water!) and we listened to the Drynites® experts talk all things sleep.

It was such an interesting afternoon and a wonderfully relaxing evening; i’m yawning just thinking about it but before I nod off I want to share my vlog with you…

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  • Did you know that 1 in 4 children wet the bed at age four?
  • You can rest assured that there really is no need to feel worried because bed wetting is a perfectly normal part of growing up and affects more than 900,000 children and young people in the UK.
  • Drynites® pyjama pants offer discreet age appropriate protection to help your child feel as grown up at night as they do during the day.
  • Drynites® pyjama pants are super absorbent and the stretch sides make them easy to take on and off just like real underwear.
  • DryNites are for children up to the age of 15 years old.

The main point I picked up on at the Drynites® sleep retreat is that confidence really is key and that there is nothing to be embarrassed about. The more confidently we, as parents, chat about bedwetting the less of an issue it is. I really want to help anyone struggling to manage the bedwetting stage and reassure you that we will get through it together!

Confident Mama = Confident Rose.

I am working on implementing proven strategies to help get a good night’s sleep for myself and for Rose which will really help with working towards getting her dry at night. I mention a couple of pointers in the video below and will report back in depth on what the experts had to say in the next vlog.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you don’t miss the next vlogs in the series! For the next few months we will be documenting and vlogging our journey with Drynites® and sharing the tools and knowledge you need to share in your child’s confidence and help them overcome the bedwetting phase.

 

There’s lots of advice at www.drynites.co.uk to find out more about the ConfidentNites® Guide for helpful advice on bedwetting from DryNites®

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*This is a commissioned post as part of my role as a Drynites® ambassador

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  • Mel

    Written on 4th August 2016

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    I’d never heard of DryNites. I’m really struggling with Beanie still being wet at night, and she will be 6 soon… Her brother was dry night and day when he was 2, and her little sister stopped wearing nappies when she turned 3. I’m looking forward to your tips as an ambassador. I need them!

  • wendy

    Written on 5th August 2016

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    I have just got Leo dry in the day and I’m now starting to think about how we will get him dey at night. Drynights sound great and I will follow your hour ey to see how they work out xx #TheList

  • Lucy (@Lucy_at_home)

    Written on 5th August 2016

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    We use dry nights for my 5yo. They’re really great. We very rarely have a leak with them. Bed wetting can be difficult for little ones, but at least wearing these, we know that she’s comfortable. #TheList

  • Katy - Hot Pink Wellingtons

    Written on 5th August 2016

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    These sound great – love the choice of designs idea! I’d not heard of them before, but we are yet to start the potty training journey – I’ll be keeping these in mind when we’re further down the road though! #TheList

  • OddHogg

    Written on 5th August 2016

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    I have heard of these, but with Piglet only being 5 months theres not much call for them yet! #thelist

  • Caroline Robinson

    Written on 5th August 2016

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    I am so jealous of this collaboration, just because Harry who is 7 is still wearing Dry Nites, we have been to the doctor and tried everything but he’s just not ready, I think I could have taken alot of information from the conference. Fab advice ;) #TheList x

  • Upside Mum

    Written on 5th August 2016

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    I was lucky with my middle boy and he toilet trained fairly quickly, he went through the night from that time and only has the very occasional wet bed. Will certainly keep these in mind for my little girl when the time comes, they look great! #thelist

  • An imperfect mum (Catie)

    Written on 6th August 2016

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    What a great product this is. Such a great way to bring confidence to children who are struggling to train during the night. Particularly great for sleep overs. Thank you for hosting #thelist

  • Emma

    Written on 6th August 2016

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    I had never heard of dry nites until I watched this! What a great idea. Youngest just has nappies at night as she s three but these look like they would work better! Some great tips too #thelist

  • Crummy Mummy

    Written on 6th August 2016

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    BB is five this summer and still in pyjama pants as there’s no way she’d stay dry at night. Not really sure how to go about addressing it! #thelist

  • Cheryl @ ReimerandRuby

    Written on 6th August 2016

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    Both my kids has been using Drynites pyjama pants at night as both of them are still bedwetting. I totally agree with you, it can be an embarrassing experience especially for my 6 yr old who still wet the bed at night time. I love how they remain dry and no leaks at all in spite of them wetting unto it. Great review, love the video too. #TheList

  • Lizzie firstooth

    Written on 7th August 2016

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    Just popping back from #thelist lovely. The end always makes me laugh! Kiddies are so cheeky, mine would be the same. Good luck Rose with night time training, I don’t even know where to start with our son, but we’re going to try soon. He’s been completely dry in the days for over a year and occasionally we have a dry night time nappy, but usually he pees in it. I look forward to seeing how things go xx

  • Pat - White Camellias

    Written on 8th August 2016

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    They are brilliant. My son still needs them at age 4 because he drinks so much water that most nights we end up with a wet bed anyway! Great tips #TheList

  • Tammymum

    Written on 10th August 2016

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    We haven’t got as far as battling the dry nights yet, but this will certainly be a product to bear in mind for when we do xx #thelist

  • Rosie @ Little Fish

    Written on 11th August 2016

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    We’ve only just potty trained out oldest recently, but haven’t even worried about night times yet! Look forward to following your journey with Rose and getting some tips. x

  • Silly Mummy

    Written on 12th August 2016

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    Really interesting. I haven’t even attempted trying to achieve night dryness yet – eldest toddler was resistant enough to any kind of potty training, so we have just done day time currently. #thelist

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