When it's time for baby to go to bed, the nightlight plays a crucial role in getting to sleep. Indeed, sleeping in complete darkness accentuates the difficulties in finding sleep, especially during baby seperation anxiety phases.
Our luminous nightlights favor falling asleep since they are warm and subdued It is thus favorable to a better sleep. What will reassure baby before falling asleep is to see the bedroom, so familiar, and not get frightened when suddenly woken up.
One of the biggest fears at night when your child is growing up (around six months) is the fear of the dark. When your child falls asleep, it is not safe to wake up in a dark environment, which will feed his fears. Let's not forget that at their young age, their imagination is bursting ! Our warm nightlight will prevent them from thinking that there is a monster under the bed because it will give them enough light to see they are in their familiar world, their room. Therefore, they will know there is nothing to fear at night. The purpose of the nightlight is not to illuminate the room. It is only meant to provide a soft reassuring glow.
The nightlight allows your baby to feel good, it promotes autonomy and helps to fall asleep alone. At a young age, your baby will ask you for a baby bottle. Thanks to a good nightlight, it will not be necessary to turn on the ceiling light which is strong and irritates the sensitive eyes. The soft lighting will facilitate baby's feeding but also reduce the difficulty for parents to go back to sleep afterwards.
If you choose a musical nightlight or one with mesmerizing wall projection, your baby will love it , meditating with Morpheus for peaceful nights.