Skip this for better baby sleep!

Sure, standard nightlights can make night feeds and diaper changes easier; but experts say the light can actually disrupt baby’s sleep patterns.
While older toddlers may prefer a nightlight for extra security, it’s a good idea to skip the lights for babies and keep the sleep environment nice and dark.

In fact, a darker room can actually mean longer naps and later wake-ups for many babies!
So what to do for babies that still need regular night feeds?

Consider a motion activated night light placed away from the crib or a specialty bulb that filters out blue light for those times you need to see what you’re doing.

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