If you have small children, you know that there is no such thing as a full night of sleep. Long after they have given up the need to get up at night to eat they still get up for a variety of things. One of the biggest things is fear. Along with the kids night lights that you have for them in their rooms, you may want to have a few more. Have one in the bathroom, if they are old enough to go on their own, and one in the hallway near your room if they need to come get you. They will feel better knowing they can come to you when they need to.
Sometimes the small kids night lights are not enough. Some children have deep fears and can not tolerate a dark room, even with small lights. They need something that has a bit more glowing power and something that can also soothe them. You may want to find the small lamps that have stars or other neat designs that show up on the ceiling. It is like a mobile for older children. Many kids think these are calming and they can also help a child drift off to sleep if they watch them long enough. When buying, make sure you get ones that are made to be on all night safely, as some are not.
While planning and designing your child's room lighting needs, there are safety issues to consider first. The safest kinds of lighting fixtures to use in your child's room are central ceiling fixtures, child wall lights and track lighting. The advantage here is that these types of fixtures won't get damaged if your kids start playing around the room. Try to keep any light sources out of your child's reach is always a good way to prevent light burns. In any case if you can't avoid it then any light that their little hands can reach should preferably be fitted with compact fluorescent bulbs which are cool to touch Use track lighting or wall lights instead of table lamps since they always get knocked over and believe us, always us. When installing electrical wall socket, see that there are no loose cords hanging around and cover the empty sockets to ensure prying fingers can't put it inside. Also avoid low pendant lights. They can be a hazard during pillow fights or when jumping on the bed.
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