Hi Natasha, It is not uncommon for parents to comment on how deeply their child sleeps, with many children completely unaware that they have wet the bed until they wake in the morning. While research certainly shows links between deep sleeping patterns and bedwetting, it is not the primary cause of why it happens in the first place. Children who are particularly deep sleepers are more likely to wet the bed because they fail to wake in response to the message sent by the bladder to the brain saying it is full and requires emptying. The bladder then attempts to either store the urine or it empties while your child sleeps. Children who have a small bladder capacity are also more likely to wet at night, these children also tend to need to go to the toilet more frequently during the day. You can try and minimise how much she wets at night by making sure she drinks regularly throughout the day. Include a diet high in fruit and vegetables and avoid drinks and foods high in sugar or caffeine (such as chocolate) as these are known to stimulate the kidneys. Take her to the toilet just before bedtime; making sure she fully empties her bladder. Make sure her DryNites are fitting properly, as improper fit can certainly contribute to leakage. I would also recommend consulting with your GP, just to ensure there is no underlying medical cause to her nighttime wetting.