Good Nite Lite To Help Your Child Get To Sleep - Autism Mom Blog

Good Nite Lite To Help Your Child Get To Sleep

I was sent a Good Nite Lite to review and keep. I was excited to have the opportunity to review this product. So was my daughter. The moment she saw it, she wanted it in her room. The Good Nite Lite is a night light that shows the moon at night and the sun during the day. You get to set the time when it changes from one to the other.

I have a hard time getting my daughter to bed and getting her up in the morning. If the sun is still up, she does not want to go to bed. No matter what time it is. She also hates getting out of bed first thing in the morning. Unless, of course, it’s the weekend. She likes to get up early on the weekend, when I am supposed to be able to sleep in.

The Good Nite Lite comes with a battery in it and an extra one. You can also plug it in. I have it plugged in for my daughter. The first night that we used it, she disappeared on me. I noticed it was quiet, and it occurred to me that I hadn’t seen her in a while. I found her in bed, asleep. Her Good Nite Lite moon came on and she went to bed. The next morning, I woke her up and pointed to her Good Nite Lite. The sun was on. I walked out of the room, without saying another word. She got up and got herself ready for school.

This wasn’t just a one time thing. All week, she has been going to bed when the moon came on and she hasn’t argued with me about getting up in the morning. All I have to do is tell her that her sun is on.

If you are having trouble getting your child to understand when to go to bed and when to get up, this might be something you will want to try. It retails for $34.99 and can be purchased on the Good Nite Lite website.

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