When I came across the Kid’Sleep product line, I knew it was something that I would like to have for Bryson. I was actually on the hunt for a night light and I loved that this product would also last into toddlerhood and on, because it is also a clock. Here is a little bit of information from the website
“The Kid’Sleep Classic has many benefits, as a night light, wake-up indicator for young children and an alarm clock for older children. It helps young children have an understanding of when it is time to get out of bed and when it is not. It is a great tool for nighttime self regulation, and the result is that both parents and children get more sleep. When the sleeping bunny (or bear or mouse) is illuminated, the child knows that it is still bed time (or nap time), and when the awake bunny is illuminated, the child knows that it is time to get up..
Parents can set the Kid’Sleep for any time that they would like. There is also an alarm clock function. The alarm (which has a very sweet bird chirping sound followed by a rooster) can be set to go off as the awake animal is illuminated. The Kid’Sleep can be used with or without the alarm function.”
Because Bryson is so young, we are only using the night light feature for now. It is super cute. I do still have to turn on a hall light as it isn’t bright enough to see by in pitch dark. I think it could be a bit brighter, but then it would possibly catch Bryson’s attention. We have changed out the pictures and Bryson loves to watch them light up. The panels are no hassle to take in and out. Overall, this is a cute, yet practical product that I know we will certainly get a lot of use out of.