GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats #HuggiesWalmart #CBias

Jaxon is my third go around for potty training, he’s also the one with the more severe speech delay. He only has a handful of words he can clearly say and none of them are anywhere near related to the bathroom or anything to do with the potty. When he day time potty trained faster than my other two I was thrilled. Being that he’s only 3 years old I know night time potty training is more difficult and can take a lot longer. I’m honestly not in a rush, especially now that I have the new GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats to keep his sheets and mattress from getting more stains.

My wonderful 3 year old Jaxon.

I was excited that I could order GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats on Walmart.com and have them either delivered right to my house or I could pick them up with a Site-to-Store order. I decided with a Site-to-Store, I didn’t know I would need my ID to pick up the order and had a huge issue with that since my ID is currently MIA. Since I was already in the store, I bought a package of GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats, new PJ’s, new undies and some cute Cars slipper socks for Jaxon to get him excited about sleeping without a pull-up on. Next time I will have them delivered to my door since it would be easier for me.

Package of GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats. $9.47 for a pack of 9 bed mats.

When I got the GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats I was impressed with how big they were. Jaxon’s bed is a twin size and the mat was almost the entire width and if I put it right below where the pillow goes, Jaxon’s feet don’t even touch the bottom. I know that even though Jaxon tosses and turns all through the night, there was very little chance of his bottom going off the mat itself.

GoodNites Disposable Bed Mat on Jaxon’s twin size bed.

I had no idea the GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats had sticky squares on each corner to hold it onto the sheet. The sticky squares are large and very sticky. I was leery of the sticky until the next morning even though the sheet was moved around, the bed mat was still stuck to it. The only problem I had was getting the peel paper off of the sticky, it ended up ripping quite a few times. On the back there is also a note that tells you that is the down side with the GoodNites logo.

Peel off sticky corner.

Back of the pad that tells you which side is down.

Jaxon seemed to like the GoodNites Disposable Bed Mats. He had a huge grin on his face when laid down on it. I love that I don’t have to wake up and worry about if I will have to do a load of sheets and blankets every morning.

Jaxon in his new PJ’s, socks and on his new GoodNites disposable bed mat.

I know these will now be something we pack up when we go on our trips, like when we’re going to visit Jeff’s parents later this month.

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3 Comments

  1. Very cool! I love how happy Jaxon is to try them out!

  2. Alexandra Clatterbuck /

    Great idea! I will definitely be getting some of these when my son starts sleeping in a big boy bed =)

  3. These are a great idea! I love that they have sticky corners to adhere to the sheets too. How come all of the cool stuff comes along now that my kids are grown?

    Great review!