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    I recently bought pillow pet dream lights. Dd now puts herself to sleep and will stay in her bed most nights
    It has a 20 min timer. You need aaa batteries and so far I haven't had to change them so it doesn't seem to use up much battery. Love it, it shines stars up to the ceiling.

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