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Comfort Shield Terry Waterproof Mattress Protector {Review}

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

“Rocket” has been begging to sleep on the couch every night, and we’ve taken it to be a clue that he’s done with his toddler bed.  It probably is not the most comfortable thing to sleep on.  The crinkliness of the non-absorbant finish can be tough and unbreathable.  Since he’ll soon be graduating to a real bed, I’m looking for ways to protect his mattress from inevitable bed-wettings and sippy cup spills, so I’m glad I had the opportunity to review this waterproof mattress protector from Comfort Shield.

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The first thing you’ll notice when you take this out of the package is how soft the terry surface is.  I appreciate not having to lay down something that feels like plastic and crinkles like paper.  The soft surface is completely silent when shuffled, and it doesn’t take away from the absorbancy or the product.  Note that the directions are to wash this puppy at least once before testing in order to maximize the absorbency.

I literally dumped a 1/4 cup of water on it, and just watched the terry material soak it up and sit there while the under side remained completely dry.  Impressive!

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Both the terry surface and the more stretchy lip with elastic are constructed well.  The lower stretchy material, interestingly, has vertical stretch, but no horizontal stretch so that it can completely encompass the mattress regardless of whether it has a pillowtop or not, while still holding its shape around the mattress circumference, if that makes any sense.  Everything is stitched securely so you can really tug and stretch this protector over your mattress and get a secure fit without worrying about busting seams.  The elastic is strong, but still very malleable. IMG_9480 I’m so glad to have this on my son’s bed.  I’m glad I won’t be replacing mattresses or having to worry about stains.  One less thing I have to worry about at night!

You can find this mattress protector HERE on Amazon for $21.99-$39.99.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Super Undies {Giveaway} – CLOSED

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Just after my oldest son turned two years old, we went with my husband to Pensacola, Florida, for his six-month Air Traffic Controller training.  We were living in a one-bedroom billeting room on the base, and I figured that it would be a good time to try potty training my son since we weren’t doing much anyway.  We spent a couple of days figuring it all out, and then he was basically good to go — for about two months, we were a completely diaper-free family!  He wore underwear at night and during naps, and we could go out to the park or to go shopping without worrying.

Well, sort of.

We were good to go as long as I remembered to take him to the bathroom every hour or so.  He wouldn’t (couldn’t?) tell me that he needed to go to the bathroom, and he certainly wasn’t able to do it all on his own.  I had to help him take off his shorts/pants and underwear, put him up on the toilet, encourage him, praise him when done, put everything back on him again, then wash his hands.

He was back in diapers shortly after I had our second son and was finally really potty-trained about a year later.

Now that Little Boy #2 just turned two years old, we’ve considered trying some potty training again in hopes of not having to have two in diapers when Little Boy #3 comes in just a couple of months.  While I’m not overly worried about making it happen, I am convinced that we’re going to go straight from diapers to underwear without the pit-stop with the Pull-Ups option.

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Super Undies provides some great training pants and accessories, along with training tips and videos to help make that transition from diapers to underwear easier for kids and for parents!  The How to Potty Train section gives great ideas to parents while the Kids Game Room has puzzles, coloring, matching, and videos for kids to enjoy.  Here are some of my favorite SuperUndies products:

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Pull-On Potty Training Pants

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Snap-On Potty Training Pants

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Step-Up Inserts

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Mattress Toppers

Bedwetting Pants:

Enter below to win a pair of Pull-On Potty Training Pants (winner’s choice of size and color) from SuperUndies!

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** This giveaway is open to U.S. entries only.

** The winner of this giveaway will be drawn no later than the morning of June 1st and will be emailed within 24 hours.  If the winner  does  not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn.

** This posting and giveaway were sponsored by SuperUndies, but all opinions  are strictly my  own.

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