Tips on how to Bed-Wet-Proof your Child's Bedroom

Tips on how to Bed-Wet-Proof your Child's Bedroom

One way to help your child conquer bed-wetting is to "bed-wet-proof" their room. Here are some tips to help your child feel more confident about bedtime in case of a wetting emergency:

1. Plug in a Nightlight: A nightlight can help your child see in the dark so they can find their way to the bathroom.

2. Keep a clear path from the side of their bed to the bedroom door: Keeping one side of the bed clear (a side with a wall would work best) can allow your child to easily move around.

3. Keep a Flashlight on the nightstand: A flashlight can help your child navigate through the hallway or their room and into the bathroom.

4. Waterproof bedding: Reusable waterproof overlays can help protect your child's sheets in case of accidents

5. Lay out extra dry clothes & sheets: In case of an emergency, lay out some extra dry sheets & PJs for your child to change into

6. Walkie-talkies: Walkie-talkies can help you and your child communicate without disturbing your partner (there are also several walkie-talkie apps available in the App and Google Play stores)

7. Bed-wetting alarm: With bed-wetting alarms, a special moisture sensor placed in the child's pajamas triggers a bell or buzzer to go off at the start of bed-wetting.

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Mary Walker

Try bedwetting alarms as explained in point 7. A good place to read up on alarms is
They have good alarms, great prices and friendly specialist support.
Good luck!

4 years ago

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