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The Best Birthday Gift for Bedwetters!

Updated on March 14, 2011
Treat your child to the GIFTS he needs TO STOP BEDWETTING.
Treat your child to the GIFTS he needs TO STOP BEDWETTING. | Source

Birthday Wishes for Bedwetters


A child who has struggled with years of wet beds has one, deep down, heartfelt wish… an end to nightly bedwetting.

Good news!  YOU CAN give your child the present of learning to stay dry!  Let this be the last birthday your child has to wake up in a wet bed.  Wrap up the tools your child needs to teach himself to stay dry all night.  It’s the best birthday present you could possibly give your child!


Remember last year when you hoped that this would finally be the year your child outgrew bedwetting?  Here you are 365 wet nights later wondering if this will be the year.  Stop hoping and start doing!  If your child is celebrating his seventh, eighth, ninth or tenth birthday then it is time to give the tools your child needs to stop bedwetting forever. 

Best Gift Ever for School-aged Children who Wet the Bed

Every child who has struggled with years of wet beds has one, heartfelt, ultimate desire… an end to nightly bedwetting.

Great news! You CAN put wrap up the gifts your child needs to end bedwetting!

A school age child who wets the bed night after night eventually realizes that most other kids his age don’t wet the bed. And even with tons of reassurance that bedwetting is quite normal; the bedwetting begins to chip away at self esteem. As a parent, it is vital to understand that laziness is absolutely not the reason for bedwetting. A number of factors such as: heredity, bladder size, and hormones are the culprits. Essentially, when your child sleeps his brain does not recognize the full bladder signal. Chat openly with your child explaining that during the day when the bladder is full it sends a signal to the brain, the brain then sends a signal to the bladder muscle to contract and hold in the urine until he gets to a bathroom.

However, at night, when asleep, the brain and bladder don’t communicate properly. The brain does not recognize the full bladder signal, which results in a wet bed. So the key is to teach the brain to react to the full bladder signal while asleep! Let your child know there is a solution. Just like a child can learn to balance a bike with help from a parent, a child can learn to recognize the full bladder signal while asleep.

Wrap up these gifts and soon bedwetting will be a distant memory:

1. Waterproof mattress pads

2. Children’s book, Prince Bravery and Grace- Attack of the Wet Knights

3. Parent’s book, 7 Steps to Nighttime Dryness

4. Bedwetting Alarm

5. Progress Chart

The book, Prince Bravery and Grace- Attack of the Wet Knights is a child-friendly, fun way to introduce bedwetting alarms. Finally your child will have a hero who deals with and eventually defeats the frustrating “wet nights”!

Give the books and a bedwetting alarm this year then use them consistently to team with your child to learn to stay dry. It is truly the gift your child will be forever grateful for receiving. And the joy on your child’s face when he wakes up dry will be the best gift you’ll ever receive!



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