5 Tips For Stress-Free Sleepovers (If Your Child Experiences Bedwetting)😴
1. Pack two sets of Pyjamas. 👕
If your child sleeps away from home, pack two sets of pyjamas so they can quickly and discreetly change if they have an accident.
2. Tell the parents. ❤️
If your child is having a sleepover at a friend's house, let the parents know what might happen. If your child uses a PeapodMat, let them know that it will protect the bed and can just be whisked away!
3. Don't use pull-ups.❌
If you're not using pull-ups at home, don't use them now. This might only embarrass and confuse your child.
4. Sleepover at a friend's house. 🏠
If your child has been invited to a sleepover at their friend's house, talk to the child's parent and explain the situation. Children who experience bedwetting might decline sleepover invitations but they don't have to miss out! You can offer to organise a sleepover in your house instead so you can handle the situation and your child won't be embarrassed or stressed.
5. Use PeapodMats!
PeapodMats are discreet, 100% waterproof bed mats that stay on top of the bedsheet so there's no need to strip the whole bed in the middle of the night! Many children who experience bedwetting call it 'their special blanket' so they don't need to go into too much detail about their nighttime accidents.
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