Goodnites #Giveaway :: Win a Goodnites Gift Pack :: CLOSED

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UPDATE:  This giveaway is CLOSED

The Winner Are: Michelle, Linda, Jan and Kelley

Does your child occasionally wet the bed? If so then you need to check out GoodNites® Disposable Bed Mats.  They are designed to help with bed wetting and in my opinion they seem like a great alternative other options.  Though we have never had an issue with bed wetting many of my friends deal with this and we have a friend or two that come to spend the night for sleepovers with my son that also do.  I love these new GoodNites® Disposable Bed Mats because they give parents a simple solution that helps protect sheets for an easy clean up!  It gives me the peace of mind too when my son has sleepovers with his friends and they are out of their normal routine. They are discreet which is awesome with the other kids.

Visit see.walmart.com/goodnitesmats to shop all GoodNites® products and learn just how the Disposable Bed Mats work to relieve frustration and sheet changes (mid night or early morning is never a fun time for that).

Take the Better Night Test and Save

Learn useful bedwetting knowledge that will help your whole family wake up feeling refreshed by taking the quick & easy quiz on see.walmart.com/goodnitesmats. After taking the quiz, print a $2 coupon so you can save on the new GoodNites® Disposable Bed Mats!

We have (1) Goodnites Giveaway for (4) Stockpiling Moms readers. The giveaway is open to US residents and ends on 8/27/12 at 9 am EST

It will include 1 pack of GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats ($10 Value) and a $15 Walmart gift card for a total of $25 Value.

To Enter:

Head over to  Walmart.com and tell us one fact that you learned about bed wetting.

For Bonus Entries:

Like Stockpiling Moms on Facebook and Like this Post – Make a comment that you did.

Like Stockpiling Moms on Pinterest – Make a comment that you did.

Take the quiz and print the $2 coupon – Make a comment that you did.

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  3. Trisha McKee says:

    I took the quiz and printed the coupon.

  4. I learned that the site offers a $2 off coupon.

  5. I learned that it is a common problem and is sleep related.

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  8. You can take a quiz and get a $20 off coupon

  9. Nancy Sloan says:

    About 15% of five-year-olds, or 3-4 children in a first grade still wet the bed

  10. It is common and will go on its own

  11. Laurie Emerson says:

    I learned that 3- 4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night.
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  14. Thanks for the giveaway…About 15% of five-year-olds, or 3-4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night.

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  16. tracey byram says:

    About 15% of 5 year olds still wet the bed.

  17. Brenda Elsner says:

    3-4 first graders still wet the bed

  18. Brenda Elsner says:

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  19. I learned that 15% of first graders sometimes wet the bed.

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  21. kelley wood says:

    more common than you think in older kids too

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  23. susan smoaks says:

    bed wetting is sleep related and more common than you might think

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  26. I learned that 3- 4 children in a first grade class are not dry every night.

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