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    Default Night lights?

    Do you have a night light for your kids?
    If so, do you recommend it?

    I've looked a bit online, and they either seem too fancy and fiddly, or expensive, or both..

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    I have one. It plugs in and it's light sensitive so turns off when it's day time. No clue where I got it. Probably just woolies or something.

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    You can get the light sensitive ones from Bunnings. We got ours from there. Haven't used them for a while though, because there is so much ambient light flooding this house they aren't necessary.

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    I have a touch touch beside DS bed all he has to do is touch it to turn on.

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    We have a basic one we turn on at night when we go to bed and off again in the morning. It's in hallway so not directly in DD's room but provides enough of a glow she doesn't get scared if she wakes up in the middle of the night.

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    Get a salt lamp. Provides a soft glow of warm light and are designed to be left on for long periods.


 

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