Night Light

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  1. ttcnewbie123

    ttcnewbie123 Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies,
    This is one of the things on my list that I'd like to get - some kind of light that can plug in, for our room to start with and then in the nursery once baby is in its cot. A light thats bright enough so we haven't got to turn the big light on to see what we're doing but not too bright so that little one is wide awake! Any suggestions ladies? Or should I literally just go for a normal table lamp?x
     
  2. Mama627

    Mama627 Mom & Preggo w/ #2

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    I just went to walmart and got the light-sensing one that's like $3 in the hardware department. It's bright enough that you can see where you're going if you're in her room, but not too bright (or high) to keep her awake.
     
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    hulahoop09 Mum to lg and pg #2

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    We have a pack of 2 lindam ones from argos for 6.39. One is on all the time the other has a sensor andvwhen it gets dark it comes on.and goes off when.light.

    Xx
     
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    I got a cheap Ikea one for $3 but I realized I didn't need it. I got a great wipes warmer that has a night light built in. Also people have given little baby toys that come with a night light in them. So maybe you can also find something that will be double duty. :)
     
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    highhopes19 Well-Known Member

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    ooo thankyou hun, i didnt think of one of these now added to my list :D

    i may get a lil touch lamp, where you can decide hw bright you want it xxx
     
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    bungle Mummy of 2 girls

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    If you get a gro egg that acts as a night light and a thermometer and lots of monitors have night lights on them too so you may not need to get a separate one!!
     
  8. chele

    chele Mummy to Max & Hayden

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    I have this but even on the lowest setting it's too bright for my liking

    I have the AngelCare monitor and it has a nightlight which is perfect for us. It's really dim but enough for me to do feeds (prob not nappy changes though and I switch the hall light on for those)

    So bear in mind a lot of baby monitors come with night lights.
     
  9. ttcnewbie123

    ttcnewbie123 Well-Known Member

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    I like the look of these, have you tested how bright they are?x
     
  10. hulahoop09

    hulahoop09 Mum to lg and pg #2

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    Yup I think they are okay as not too bright but give off a nice glow.

    xx
     
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    ttcnewbie123 Well-Known Member

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    hulahoop09 Mum to lg and pg #2

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    I had a look at these but then was at argos getting curtain poles etc and got night lights. Lol. xx
     

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