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.
A ceiling light fixture is an ideal alternative as you never have to worry about lamps being knocked over. For the rooms of younger kids consider general ambient lighting that comes from a ceiling light fixture. Over time you can add localized task lighting into the mix as your child begins using her room for more refined activities like reading or arts and crafts.
Kids night lights are great to put throughout your house for anyone that has to get up for any reason in the middle of the night. They can be put in hallways and near steps to prevent trips and falls. They can light up any area where you may have to go at night and eliminates the need to turn on overhead lights or to have a flashlight. You can find ones that will turn off when they sense daylight, saving you not only energy, but also the need to bend over to turn them on and off each morning and night.
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