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    Default Recommend me a night light

    My 3 yr old dd has developed a fear of the dark (not unusual for a kid I know) and we have been leaving the bathroom light on at night for her so its not totally dark however I'd prefer some kind of bedside night light to comfort her.
    The only issue I have is it cannot be one that plugs into the wall as there is no powerpoints points near her bed and I don't want a cord that she can trip over.

    any suggestions? what do you do for your little ones at night so its not too dark?

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    Aww poor Miss S.

    D is absolutely terrified of the dark, he has a pillowpet nightlight and it really helps him.

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    a pillow pet nightlight? off to google it now thanks

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    Yup, they're fantastic, about $20 or so from kmart and big w

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    We have a battery powered lantern we bought from a cheap shop. We ended up buying rechargeable batteries and a battery charger so we weren't always buying batteries

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    We use some pretty solar fairy lights. The battery lasts a few nights before needing to be out in the sun to recharge.

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    Fairy lights are a great idea, I could hang them around the top of her window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debsch View Post
    We use some pretty solar fairy lights. The battery lasts a few nights before needing to be out in the sun to recharge.
    Oh that's a great idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    Fairy lights are a great idea, I could hang them around the top of her window.
    There is a stall at eat street markets who have beautiful themed fairy lights she will love I will Fb you a pic if I can find it.

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    These guys gave some lovely night lights
    http://www.mynightlight.com.au

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