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.
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.
If your child likes to read in bed consider an adjustable child lamp near her bedpost. What better way to encourage your children to wind down their day than to read? Reading will become more appealing to your child if you make the experience as comfortable as possible. If you wish to place a child lamp next to the bed make sure it lines up with your child's shoulder when she's sitting up ready to read. Lighting that comes from behind her shoulder and slightly to the side will be the best for her eyes.
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