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.
Nightlights are also very useful in a kid's room. If your kid hasn't adjusted yet to sleeping alone in total darkness, a nightlight is a good help. It's also a great light fixture to prevent you from tripping when you need to check in on or feed them.
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.
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