Night-lights can be a source of comfort for children who are afraid of the dark or scared of monsters. Here's some examples of when it's a good idea to use a nightlight.
To help comfort and put kids at ease
Having a night light on for your toddler could be that added reassurance when things start going bump in the night. Nightmares can begin as early as 2 years of age and when nightly fears develop, adding a night light could provide some comfort to your child.
To help with toilet trips
Even if your child has mastered toilet training accidents can happen at night for a long time, and often it’s because they can’t find their way to the bathroom in the dark.
To help parents see
This is particularly useful for middle of the night feeds or nappy changes.
To help siblings who share a room
When siblings of different ages share rooms, a night light can be helpful when the older one goes to bed at a later time, allowing them to get ready for bed in low light.
To help ease worries with magical folk
Little Belle nightlights are the perfect first nightlight for your little one. Not only are they a beautiful addition to their room and a treasured keepsake, but their magically themed designs help little ones dream up unicorn and fairy folk to come and give good dreams.
The dimmer function means that the light can be adjusted to a glow that is suitable for your child and the multi colours means you can chose which colour you prefer, including the red light option. Lights are USB operated which means that they can be charged and placed anywhere in the room.