I was pretty excited when I got the opportunity to write a sponsored post on the White Cloud Sleep Pants. Why? Because my almost-5 year old, who still wets the bed, wears them at night.
But then I thought: Man, will I appear hypocritical to review and write this post since I wrote an entire eBook on cloth diapering? It was then that I realized that writing this post would allow me the opportunity to be transparent with you. From the book and my posts, you should know that I’m not all or nothing when it comes to cloth diapering.
Even though this is a sponsored post, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
My almost 5 year old still wets the bed. But you know what? It doesn’t bother me.
I believe bedwetting is a normal part of childhood, and, considering that it took two years to potty train her, I am just thrilled that she only wets the bed at night!
For a while, we used cloth pull-ups at night. But at some point she grew out of those, and even though I could have gotten some cloth pull-ups custom made, with two other children exclusively in diapers, I need to give myself a break.
This is where White Cloud Sleep Pants came in!
As most people know, disposable, pull-on training pants can get VERY pricey. I felt like we were in a quandary. Our daughter needed some type of absorbent sleep pants, yet we couldn’t keep shelling out the money for the pricier versions. And most pull-on trainers only fit up to a certain size.
But I didn’t want to rush her into sleep training. She is a deep sleeper, and I know she doesn’t intentionally wet the bed. Plus, my pediatrician has told me that there is no need to worry about night training until at age 7. Did you know that over 5 million kids a year experience bedwetting and it is one of the most common experiences during childhood development?
I was thrilled to discover White Cloud Sleep Pants! These sleep pants are like over-sized pull-on training pants and are perfect for children that are older than potty training age but still wet the bed at night.
White Cloud Sleep Pants have been developed to provide exceptional comfort and leakage protection while looking like underwear. White Cloud Sleep Pants offer thin, discrete absorbent protection for your child.
They have soft, stretchy sides that fit like real underwear, plus leak guards to help protect against leaks. The soft inner liner is hypoallergenic and treated with vitamin E and aloe for skin protection.
And they are cute! In fact, the other night we wanted our little girl to wear another brand that we happened to have, and she begged to wear the White Cloud Sleep Pants–because she said they were cuter!
The best part is that the White Cloud Sleep Pants are affordable. Each bag contains two unisex graphic designs and at $7.75, White Cloud offers exceptional value.
White Cloud Sleep Pants come in two sizes: S/M for 45-65 lbs. (15 in each package) and L/XL for 60-125 lbs. (12 per package). Considering that they can fit up to 125 lbs., I would think they would work well for a special needs child.
You can purchase White Cloud Sleep Pants exclusively at Wal-Mart.
Have you children ever struggled with bedwetting? Did it concern you or did you view it as a regular passage of childhood? At what point did your child nighttime potty train?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of White Cloud Sleep Pants. All opinions are mine.
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