Protect Your Child’s Bed at Night with PeapodMats (waterproof breathable bed pads)

Does your child still wet the bed at night?
Do you stumble into your child’s room half asleep needing to change their sheets?
This was me multiple times a week until I found PeapodMats!

These waterproof breathable bed pads make night time accidents so much easier to manage.


The 3×3 mat sits on top of your child’s fitted sheet and DOESN’T MOVE when your child wiggles around! This means that when they have an accident, it will hit the waterproof mat! Changing the bed when your child has an accident is SO easy. It is as simple as taking off the PeapodMat and replacing it with a dry one.

Prior to using PeapodMats, my son wiggled off of whatever mat or towel that I put down for him which meant that I had to put it under the fitted sheet. This made bed changing a big ordeal when I was half asleep in the middle of the night.

I put our PeapodMat to the test!

Results: My son’s bed stays dry and the only item that gets wet other than him is the mat.

PeapodMat layers:
TOP – cotton terry for comfort & breathability; stitched grid to prevent bunching
MIDDLE – cushioning fibers to absorb moisture
BOTTOM – coated and brushed to prevent leaking and to grip surfaces

Peapodmats also breath unlike other waterproof mat options that we have been using up until now.

This post contains affiliate links, however, please know that I could not live without our PeapodMats in our house and like everything I recommend here, this is a recommendation from my heart!

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50 Responses to Protect Your Child’s Bed at Night with PeapodMats (waterproof breathable bed pads)

  1. Lynda Cook says:

    No drinking an hour before bedtime, and make sure they use the toilet before bed and then there is always pull-ups

  2. 12carebear says:

    Pull ups if needed, I just find that positive reinforcement is the best way and to not care if theyvwet accidentally as it isn’t a bad thing. (Carey Hurst)

  3. Viv Sluys says:

    Our first kid never wet the bed but our second is taking awhile to get there. We try to wake up to take her to the bathroom in the night.

  4. DARLENE W says:

    Gone are those days for me any way. I don’t think any of the grandkids wet the bed

  5. Andrea M says:

    Sounds like a great idea – would love to try!

  6. Mcm says:

    My toddler will be training soon enough and something like this would come in handy

  7. ziola nomson says:

    I wish I had tips to share! Instead I have a lot of wet sheets.

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  9. Ronald Gagnon says:

    Excellent invention though I am too old and have no children

  10. Tina F says:

    tips what we used is 2 hrs before bed there were no drinks BUT a tiny little sip of water and as they were ready to doze off we took them to the washroom one last time Bed weeting did not last at all It was so easy

  11. Anna W says:

    My youngest still has accidents maybe once or twice a month but he always insists on a warm milk before bed, so my tip is not give so much milk before bed haha

  12. Carole Dube says:

    When they are putty trained take the night time diaper and pull up away.

  13. CL Chin says:

    not at this stage yet but its helpful to keep spare sheets and protector under the regular sheets and dont have any drinks at least an hour before bed

  14. DARLENE W says:

    It is difficult for little ones to train their bodies into waking up, this will help with the transition

  15. BaileyDexter says:

    Still going thought this, so have no tips yet, but reading all of them in here!

  16. sarah stickney says:

    we haven’t started potty training yet so i don’t have any tips

  17. Darlene W says:

    These can be used when your child is sick as well, you wouldn’t want vomit going all over the mattress

  18. Stephanie La Plante says:

    My tip – If there’s a bedwetting problem, there’s nothing wrong with night time pull-ups. They’ll eventually grow out of it.

  19. elizamatt says:

    I well remember the days when I was told by my paediatrician that my son (now 37) had to do without diapers to help cure his nappy rash – he was only a few months old but I sure could have used something like this 🙂

  20. Ronald Gagnon says:

    What an invention…you should but stock in the company…brilliant

  21. jonnieh says:

    No drinks before bed and plastic under the sheet so it doesn’t ruin the mattress

  22. ivy pluchinsky says:

    No drinks before bed is a good tip

  23. Monique Shuell says:

    Have the child use the bathroom before bedtime.

  24. Katrina Dennehy says:

    Drink water at least an hour before bed .

  25. Judy Cowan says:

    No drinking for an hour before bed, good mattress protector and pull-ups if accidents are too frequent.

  26. Darlene Schuller says:

    Keep the ‘potty’ in their room & a nightlight for the first little while.

  27. suzquiz says:

    resticting fluids in the evening

  28. nickyj says:

    don’t drink much before bed is the only tip I can think to offer as we haven’t started potty training just yet

  29. Heather Uline says:

    Cut down drinks n go bathroom before bed

  30. cheryl hodgkins says:

    I always made sure I stopped giving my kids anything to drink at least an hour before bedtime and made them go to the washroom before bed

  31. jan says:

    Set a goal for your child to get up during night to use the toilet

  32. teeslee says:

    Have them go to the bathroom before bedtime.

  33. Karine says:

    Don’t punish them for it, just talk with them about it

  34. Andrea Amy says:

    reassure him its alright, and dry him up and get him back to bed. My 5 year old wets the bed nightly. He does wear pullups however he tends to pee right out of them at least 3-4 times a week. this sounds great!

  35. Dayna Wilson says:

    Have them use the bathroom before bedtime!

  36. angela mitchell says:

    I made sure my daughter went to the washroom before going to bed and I tried to never make a big deal out of it when she had an accident.

  37. Julie Cousineau says:

    I have a rule no liquid 1 hour before bed

  38. kathy downey says:

    I also have a rule no liquid 1 hour before bed like Julie and the last thing before bed is a trip to the washroom

  39. UglyMummy says:

    cut liquids a few hours before bed

  40. Brandee H says:

    I put a cheap shower curtain I picked up at the dollar store under all the sheets. My son moves a lot in his sleep and it provides an extra layer of protection in case the mattress cover is shifted.

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  42. Gillian Morgan says:

    Don’t give them much to drink with a few hours of bedtime. Also encourage them to pee before they go to bed.

  43. Tiffany Anne says:

    I cut off drinking an hour before bedtime and encourage her to use the potty before bed.

  44. M Gibb says:

    No drinking before bed at least 1 hr, go potty right before going bed

  45. SueSueper says:

    Do not Wake the child at night, this a common mistake; waking up your child at night the responsibility for staying dry is transferred from the child to the parents.

  46. Amanda says:

    My nighttime bedwetting tip – Don’t get upset with your child. They’re not doing it on purpose, they can’t control it, and getting angry with them could actually make it worse.

  47. Edmond Leung says:

    OMG, no drink before bedtime. Wow, breathable-bed-pads is
    fab. & splendid. 2 fingers snap. It is tight, fly & off the
    chain. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity.

  48. Ginnett says:

    I need to read all these tips, all I know is limiting fluids before bedtime.

  49. HaylieL says:

    Take your little one to the bathroom when you go to bed,

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