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.
Some children have just one kids night light in their room and that is all that they need. As long as they can still see the features of the room when they wake up at night so they know where they are, they are fine. However, some children have to have quite a few. A night light will actually make normal things look strange to them, which can makes the problem worse. These children benefit from having a few lights as well as a flashlight that they can turn on whenever they feel the need to investigate something. This often helps them feel a sense of power over their fears and helps them sleep better.
Mini Chandeliers. Decadent and affordable, mini chandeliers provide enough ambient lighting for most children's rooms. These are sure to transform any little girl's bedroom into a princess chamber, and make your child feel extra special. For an extra girly look, try a mini chandelier with crystal or floral accents.
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