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tuesdaym Sun 02-Aug-09 07:34:58

i have had to use a night light from the age of 2 with my son rowan. I used to have it on a digital timer to go off at 11pm, but now he screams if he wakes up and scared of dark. We have a lantern light style -with the spinning insert. lovely, but gives off quite alot of light. I tried the lumilove rabbit, but he say 'scared of red one' as the rabbit glows all the colours of the rainbow. Have now found Barbapapa one that is blue and yellows, but ANOTHER £35.00 !!! and if he doesn't like it....
i tried plug in light but not successful. also i would like something small enough to travel with.
He has blackout blinds, sounds ironic but at least the light is then consistent in room? any thoughts??

Seona1973 Sun 02-Aug-09 09:09:25

dd has a princess go glow light and ds has a blue in the night garden one. They are rechargeable and we took one of them when we went to turkey as they were easy enough to pack.

go glow lights

tuesdaym Sun 02-Aug-09 18:12:01

thanks seona, i may try this bluey one next. it is worth a try. i don't think it is helping his morning waking with this bright light when he does wake....

Milsy Sun 09-Aug-09 19:22:02

We have a night light clock - In the Night Garden which is very low and also shows when it's time to get up - helps ith early waking.

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