Pre-school aged kids are notorious for getting up at (or even before) dawn. They are also pretty famous for not wanting to go to bed when it’s time! It’s completely normal – but it’s also completely frustrating when you want them to follow a bit of a wake/sleep schedule. What can you do to teach them when it’s time to wake or sleep – especially when at this age they can’t tell time.
The Good Nite Lite helps you help your child learn a good sleep pattern with it’s easy to “read” Moon (for “time to sleep”) and Sun (for “time to get up”). You can set the time on the night light for when you would like the sun to “come up” and when you want the moon to glow. My son loves his Nite Lite – in the few days we’ve been using it he’s actually stayed in his room a little longer in the morning! (He’s an early riser).
I would recommend the Good Nite Lite for anyone with kids under the age of 5 who just need that little extra to help their kids develop a good sleep routine (or just stay in bed longer in the morning!) It’s a great night light and a great product idea!
The Good Nite Lite has been featured in Parents Magazine and has gotten rave reviews from parents.
My only issue with the night light was that it runs on a watch battery and the battery was dead when I received the light. So, I had to search around to find a battery – other than that I’m extremely happy!
BUY IT : If you believe that having a regular sleep pattern is essential for the well being of your children (and parents too!), head over to www.goodnitelite.com and grab one for your kids today.
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