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Holiday Travel

December 01, 2009 2 min read

Travel can be stressful, but it can be even more of a headache if your child wets the bed at night. Whether your child's headed off for a weekend at grandma's or it's time for a holiday family vacation, packing smart will make the event go much more smoothly for everyone involved.

First of all, stock up on protective undergarments. Because they don't require washing and drying, disposables are ideal for travel. It's a good idea to buy more than you think your child will need, just in case. In addition to what you can find in the grocery stores, we carry several styles of disposable pants, which are available in sizes to fit larger or older kids.

For example, the Tranquility Overnight Disposable Underwear are available in an XS Adult (17-28 waist) and S Adult (22-36 waist) and absorb more a quart of urine, about a cup more than GoodNites.

Disposable underpads are also a great product to have when traveling. They have an absorbent layer and a waterproof layer and can be placed right on top of the fitted sheet. The most popular ones are the underpads with the adhesive strips on the back. These pads stay in place, even if your child is a restless sleeper. They can also be used with moisture-sensing alarms, so they're a good option if you intend to use your alarm through the vacation. Again, it's a good idea to pack more than you think you need, especially since these aren't available in most stores.

If your child is mostly dry, but you want to ensure that your host or hotel's bedding stays as clean as when you found it, take along a precautionary waterproof overlay. This can be discreetly placed on top of the sheet at bedtime and removed when the bed is made up the next day. We receive many questions about temporarily stopping the use of the bedwetting alarm during travel. Taking a break for a few nights when your family is not at home is okay. Have a back-up plan using disposables or medication, and resume using the alarm when you return home.

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