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CLOSED: Last few places available for DryNites bedwetting "Ask the Expert" Event in London on 30 Sept

(17 Posts)
carriemumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 23-Sep-10 16:00:12

We have a number of Mumsnetters already attending this event but would like to get a couple more folks on the list. If you've already applied for this - and not heard from us - please do check your emails or apply again and we'll be in touch.

So, does your child wet the bed? Or do you know anyone who is struggling with bedwetting problems (if so point them in this direction!)?

DryNites is holding a special Mumsnet 'meet the expert' event where you can put your questions, in person, to DryNites expert Dr Penny Dobson. As founder and former director of ERIC, the UK charity for bedwetting, Penny is one of the leading experts on bedwetting. You'll also be able to chat with other Mumsnetters in similar circumstances.

The event will take place:

~ On Thursday 30 September (next Thursday)
~ From 11.30am - 2.30pm (coffee available from 11am)
~ In Chelsea, London
~ Lunch will be served at 1pm
~ Sorry, no creche facilities will be available

If you are selected to attend and turn up on the day, you'll receive a goody bag including a £50 John Lewis voucher, and up to £50 towards travel expenses (receipts needed).

Please note you will also be filmed and the video will be used on the DryNites area on Mumsnet and possibly elsewhere. If, however, this is a problem for you please fill in the form anyway and just add a note to that effect in Q7.

If you're interested in attending please add your details here and we will be in touch.

Thanks
MNHQ

And you will have the chance to meet me and laugh at my hair! grin

Come on you lot, surely I'm not the only one with a midnight piddler?

Gigantaur Thu 23-Sep-10 16:47:31

it isn;t something that affects me anymore but could someone ask why it is that the dry nites are similar in size to nappies.

Surely the children who would be using dry nites are older and therefore larger.

My son is autistic and so was late to be dry, we couldn't use dry nites as they were too small. he was only4

120 Thu 23-Sep-10 17:00:37

I would be interested as I am having a couple of issues I want to sort with DD but have two kids so I guess that won't work.

jasmeeen Thu 23-Sep-10 17:09:50

Will I be allowed to bring my 9 month old? I'm in need of bedwetting advice for my eldest

shame, my eldest is well trained and my youngest is still in nappies, I do like a good goodie bag and meeting Mnetters grin

Nuttybear Thu 23-Sep-10 23:00:22

Done. Hope I get picked as I don't want to go down the wrong route for my lovely DS. smile

23balloons Thu 23-Sep-10 23:16:07

Really would have loved to go but am at work that day sad. ds finally has an appt with nurses though so hopefully they will help.

He wore pullups from 8- almost 10 and wet them every single night,never had a dry one. I took them away this summer and started having 2-3 (one week 5) dry beds a week.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 24-Sep-10 08:01:27

jasmeeen I've emailed you

hobbgoblin Fri 24-Sep-10 09:07:05

I very nearly signed up but childcare (lack of) is preventative, sorry.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 24-Sep-10 09:37:06

hobbgoblin - I've emailed you too!

Coca Fri 24-Sep-10 10:45:52

I'd really like to go but my DH has asked if he would be able to go too or is it just mums? Our dd2 has started wetting the bed and we are both struggling to help her.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 24-Sep-10 14:09:06

Coca - I'm checking for you - do fill in the form above and put this in the notes bit and I will let you know via email. Thanks
Ann

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Sat 25-Sep-10 13:40:59

Have emailed you coca

CakeCuresAll Sat 25-Sep-10 19:34:53

this sounds good - i've done the form

Nuttybear Thu 30-Sep-10 17:01:36

Thank you I for inviting me to the event today. Very infomative Dr Penny Dobson was brillant. I now know how to move forward and help my lovely Ds out. Worth the journey smile

Coca Thu 30-Sep-10 20:56:16

Thank you from me too! I've had a lovely chat with dd2 this evening and feel much more confident in tackling this.

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