New Parent Testimonial

open-quotationsSince my (now) 7 year old was 3, she woke up 6-7 mornings/week with a wet pull
up. We tried everything – withholding liquids, waking her before we went to bed, waking up in the middle of the night to wake her up to go…..etc. At her 7 year check up, my pediatrician recommended using an alarm and after reading many of the hundreds of reviews on this product, I picked the Wet-Stop3 alarm. I also bought the Good Night bed pads to go with it so that I wouldn’t have to change the sheets in the middle of the night if my daughter were to have an accident. I will also add that my daughter was really excited to use the alarm. She was at the point that she was starting to get embarrassed to wear her pullup at sleepovers, etc. The VERY first night the alarm didn’t go off….my daughter woke up DRY!!! It could have just been she has been ready and needed the mental push to wake up dry, but in the course of the first month the alarm only went off 4 times! After that first month, my daughter told me she was ready to stop
wearing the alarm AND stop putting the pad on the bed. It has been 4 weeks and she has just had one accident. Total miracle product – I highly recommend it.

–Cowgirl Mom–

So Awesome by JMS–Parent Testimonial

open-quotationsPotty Monkey Testimonial:

This is the best potty training product I have ever seen! Basically this is a timer with positive reinforcement built in. You turn it on, and the monkey tells your child when it is time to go potty. I placed the monkey potty on the back of the toilet. When the monkey is placed on his potty, he talks about going potty and sings songs. My son has autism and is very good at staying dry but only if he is taken to the potty on schedule. I have three other kids, and it is easy to forget to remind him right on schedule all the time. Now the monkey does the job of reminding me and him to use the potty. We have had it a week and while he is still having accidents with going number 2, he has been dry all week. Hey I will take any progress at this point. I didn’t find this toy annoying at all. The monkey’s voice sounds like a real child. No annoying tones. Granted I don’t always wanna listen to the monkey sing about his pee and poop while it is sitting on its’ potty, but it does the job I want it to. lol

Parent Testimonial

We have received so many testimonials from parents in the past few weeks that we want to share some of them:

open-quotationsThis product is great. Our physician recommended we purchase a bedwetting alarm for our child as the Dr. stated it has the highest success rate. We looked at several and settled for this one. It’s not a miracle. It does require work on the parent’s side. The alarm is loud but initially my child wouldn’t hear it (he’s an extremely heavy sleeper and therefore one of the major reasons he bedwets). So for about two weeks straight we would hear the alarm first, run in and wake him up. In the beginning, he had emptied out his bladder completely. Towards the end of the two weeks he was stopping midway and would finish up in the bathroom. Later on, he would hear it first and stop himself and eventually he started waking up on his own. It may be frustrating initially but it requires patience. It’s not going to happen overnight, and you will both lose sleep but don’t stop. The key is consistency. The body will eventually train itself to wake up when it feels the bladder is full. We found it worked best for my child when we didn’t put him to bed with a diaper/pull-up, and just did underwear. That way they feel the wetness and hate it, which motivates them to quit bedwetting. Also, we did have to put a piece of tissue on the sensor before we clipped it to his underwear as we had several false alarms prior to that. I guess, it felt the warmth of his skin and the sensor assumed it was due to bedwetting. After that, we didn’t have a problem. He’s been dry for a year now!  —-Sasha in Hawaii

Wet-Stop3 Testimonial

I think it is so important to have testimonials from other parents.  Bedwetting is a topic that is not generally discussed among friends and when a parent searches the web for help, one of the most helpful items is a testimonial from a parent experiencing the same problem.  Please read below to for one of our most recent testimonials:


open-quotationsI bought this product for my six year old son who was still having to wearGoodnites every night. He is such a sound sleeper that he did not wake himselfup at night to go to the bathroom. After a month of setting my alarm to wake himthe middle of the night I decided I needed to find a different approach because
that way was not working. My husband and I looked into this Wet-Stop alarm. We were skeptical at first because we truly did not think anything would wake him from his deep sleep. You have to be patient with this product but after just a month we are well on our way to dry nights. He has gone 10 days in a row with either waking himself up on his own, holding it all night, or being awakened by the alarm after he starts to dribble in his sleep. The first couple of weeks were touch and go. The alarm does say it can take up to six months to see the full results. After only a month I am quite satisfied with the results that we are seeing. We continue to use the alarm each night.

Another Great Testimonial For Parents:

Happy Boy (and parents) with DRY PANTS!!!!

This review is from: Wet-Stop3 Bedwetting Alarm System With Vibration (Health and Beauty)

open-quotationsFirst of all, I (mom) am a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, so I have some experience giving advice on bed-wetting. Most references that I have show that night time bedwetting is considered “normal” until 6 to 7 years of age and that boys are typically more difficult to train than girls. That being said, I now have my own 4 1/2 year old boy that is extremely distraught in the mornings when his Pull-Up is wet. First, I borrowed one of the Malem alarms that we have to loan at work (the cheaper $89.00 one that does not vibrate) and found that if I allowed my child to sleep with this one, he woke up screaming and terrified due to the high-pitched audible alarm. Needless to say, our entire family of four was then awake until everyone could calm back down. In addition, the safety pin that is on the Mardel alarm tore a hole in the two sets of pajamas that we used with it.

Now for the good news. For less than half the cost of the comparable Malem alarm, The Wet-Stop 3 is AMAZING. Over a one month period, my son of 4 1/2 years has gone from wetting his pants 2-3 times per night, to wearing regular underwear and being dry all night long. In addition, there is a magnet attached to the vibration/audible alarm (there are 3 settings, either vibration or audible only, or vibration and audible together) that folds over the neckline of the pajamas, so no pins and no holes in the clothes. This is how we used the alarm:

First: we talked about how it worked and let him feel what the vibration felt like on his collar bone by dipping the computer chip in a cup of water. Once he was convinced that the alarm would not be deafening in the night, he was excited about wearing it.

Week 1: The first 4 nights, we allowed our son to sleep in a sleeping bag on the floor in our room. The first 2 night of this he woke up soaking wet, with the alarm going off, woke me up, and I helped him changed his Pull-Up and reattached the alarm. The second 2 nights, he woke up slightly less wet and finished urinating in the toilet, then we changed his Pull-Up. An important point, it was difficult enough for me to disconnect the clamp from his Pull-Up and hold the alarm reset button in, much less having a young child do this alone. The last 3 days of the first week, our son slept in his room, but came to wake me when he was wet (albeit, just barely) to reset the alarm and finish urinating in the toilet.

Week 2: 3 of 7 nights, the Pull-Up was DRY, the others we finished in the toilet and resent the alarm and went to bed.

Week 3: DRY for 7 nights in a row, still wearing the Wet-Stop 3 and a Pull-Up

Week 4: So far, we are 2 days into week 4 and our son is wearing regular underpants with the Wet-Stop 3 attached. So far, haven’t had to change any sheets!!!!! He wakes up with a smile from ear to ear and that is worth all the money in the world.

As with anything new, consistency is the key. Don’t get discouraged after one or two days of wet pants. Keep at it and encourage your child with every step. Congratulate him/her for waking up to the alarm, for coming to get help, etc. Remember, this is behavior modification, not punishment, and not magic.

I hope this review is helpful, and that your family has as much success as we have experienced. Good Luck!

Potty Monkey to the rescue!

 I am sure many of you out there are still fighting the battle of potty training.  I wanted to take a minute to share one of our most recent testimonials:

My oldest son was 3 years old and still not using the potty. I tried everything to get him to use the potty by himself. Having no luck whatsoever I turned to the Potty Monkey. Honestly within a week the Potty Monkey had my oldest using the potty all by himself! Well, not exactly by himself. The Potty Monkey had to be right there at his side or he would not go at all. I am happy to say that after a couple weeks I no longer started putting diapers on him not even at night. We have been accident free for well over two months now! Thank you so much Potty Monkey and PottyMD. Highly recommended, from TX.

Designed by PottyMD. Potty Monkey is the ultimate toy for any child learning to potty train or dealing with various potty issues. Potty Monkey  has a 30 and 90 minute timer, asks to use the potty, makes positive statements and sings songs when he is placed on the toy potty. The child teaches the monkey to potty while the monkey helps to potty train the child. Includes plush monkey, flushing toilet and Monkey Learns to Potty children’s board book and The Potty Trainer parent’s book.