Next is the nightlight. This lighting option is ideal for small children who may have fear of the dark. It's also good for parents with small babies that need late-night feedings. These can help keep you from bumping around in the night or tripping over something. There are the small traditional nightlights and large intricate nightlights. You can find them in an assortment of colors, shapes and sizes. Their purpose is to give comfort and security during the dark hours.
However, as much as we adults may not understand the fears and phobias of a child, the simple truth is that it has a deeply profound effect on the child. That is why night lights for kids are a wise investment. Night lights for kids are not just intended to serve as the child's version of garlic against a vampire, or as some sort of talisman to ward off evil; they can also provide a practical and psychological benefit.
Although the temptation might be to place the lights squarely in the child's room, you may want to consider placing them in other parts of the house as well. For example, if your child is liable to go to the kitchen during the night, then having one to illuminate the kitchen will mean they can prepare a snack without danger. The same can be said of the bathroom. If your child needs to take medication, then ones placed in the bathroom should make it easier for your child to actually see what tablet they currently have in their hands.
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