Groegg

13 Jun 19
Mummy Welburn

⭐️Product Review⭐️ I am sure a lot of you will already have this room thermometer but wanted to review it for those of you who haven’t or are thinking about buying it! Firstly this is a great little room thermometer that changes colour dependant on the level of heat to ensure that the room your […]

31 May 19
KeepingUpWithJesse

Welcome back! As the title says this is my top shops for baby shower gifts… I will also include the links for you. If you have a baby shower coming up, if it’s either for you or for a friend/family member, then I really hope this helps you out! 1. My1stYears – This website is […]

14 May 19
Chlomaymama

As most of you requested… here are my favourite baby buys! *Disclaimer: These are all based upon either recommendation or I have brought them because I like the price of the item.* Chicco Natural Feeling bottles. I brought these from Tkmaxx and the RRP was £25 each. They were reduced to £8 each. I brought […]

26 Apr 19
Life with Isla

Isla is 4 and a half months now, (where on earth has the time gone) and I’ve spent a lot of time looking back at the first 3 months of motherhood. The highs are high, the lows are low and no one can prepare you for what it’s like when you first bring your little […]

25 Apr 19
The Sun
A NIGHT light can soothe babies to sleep and help toddlers feel less fearful of the dark at bedtime. We’ve rounded up the best night lights for you to know about to help your little ones sleep, based on our own favourite purchases and expert reviews. The best night lights to help banish any monsters and ensure a good night’s sleep for your child from feeling worried about the dark to agitations about shadows on the wall and monsters under the bed, there are plenty of things in their room to make your child feel anxious about bedtime. A night light can do a lot to help: provide a comforting light, as well as music, projections and a cuddly toy to watch over your little one next to the bed. Some night lights can let you know the temperature of a room, or ease toddlers and older children into helpful sleeping patterns where they don’t wake up too early. There are even night lights that double as sippy cups – ideal for curbing those middle-of-the-night “I need water!” pleas from your thirsty (or simply agitated?) three-year-old. We’re big believers that getting children to enjoy the bedtime ritual – and sleeping in their own beds – is crucial for both helping to establish a routine for little ones and for giving parents some much-needed R&R, without the kids, at the end of every busy day. Night lights also beneficial if you need to change or feed your baby in the middle of the night, or help one of your kids without disturbing another – you can take them to the loo, or give them some medicine, without turning all of the lights on. Night lights are useful and can make a decor statement in a child’s bedroom. No matter your style, budget or room décor prefs, we’re sure you’ll find one that works for you and your babies. Night night. Best lighting changes Lumie Bedbug Child Sleepaid Light, £59.95 at John Lewis – buy here This cute night light uses LED technology to minimise overstimulating blue light and help your child prepare for snoozles. Parents love the gradual sunset fadeout, which mimics a real sunset and gently dims over a quarter of an hour. The only negative? It’s on the pricy side. Best budget night light Omeril LED night light, £8.99 at Amazon – buy here This unobtrusive plug-in light automatically switches on at dusk and off again at dawn and is an energy-efficient and well-priced choice for kids’ rooms. It also works in hallways. Stick one in your room, too, if you’ve got a newborn and are up often with middle-of-the-night feeds and nappy changes. Best hi-tech night light Ewan the Dream Sheep Deluxe, £40 at John Lewis – buy here This little cuddly sheep has a sensor which activates whenever baby stirs and helps to settle them. It emits a soft pink glow and also makes lovely, soothing sounds, like rainfall, white noise, a harp melody and a sound that mimics the womb – they play for 20 minutes and help get baby to sleep. Parents love that Ewan can be transported when out and about; he can also be washed in the machine. Best 2-in-1 night light GroEgg 2 Room Thermometer and Night light, £23 at Amazon – buy here Parents love this multitasking night light, which not only has adjustable night light brightness but also changes into a rainbow of colours depending on the room’s temperature; perfect for knowing what tog sleeping bag you need to put on baby. You can keep it minimalist with the egg shape or get an animal-shaped cover to turn the light into a fun design piece. Best night light for babies Chicco Next2 Stars, £14.99 at Amazon – buy here This handy musical projector night light fits onto cots or cribs so is a smart choice for soothing babies to bed. Parents love how calming it is – but warn that it takes up lots of batteries, so stock up. Best night light for cuddling Slumber Buddies Elephant, £12.49 at Argos – buy here This plush night light is perfect for helping kids snuggle to sleep and is sure to dissuade any monsters from daring to creep out from under any beds. It features light displays and soothing sounds, as well as cry activation technology which helps settle kids back to sleep when they wake, distressed, in the night. Best problem-solving night light  Lite Cup Sippy cup, £7.95 at Amazon – buy here For every parent that has ever had a child scream that they’re thirsty in the middle of the night, this light-up bottle with LED bulb is a dream come true. And yes, it’s still BPA and latex-free. Best night light for style  Olala Boutique Rabbit Trio, £48 at Nubie – buy here This trio of cordless bunnies is sweet, stylish and can recharge on their base. They’re perfect for little ones to carry around to feel safe wherever they are, and are also a great choice for multi-sibling families. Best sleep aid Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer, £15.99 at Amazon – buy here This sleep trainer and night light is one of our absolute favourites: it teaches kids who can’t tell the time when they should be going to bed (stars) and when they should be getting up (sun). Our favourite bit is that you can set the sunrise for whenever you like, so if weekend lie-ins were your thing before baby, you might still be able to sneak in a couple. Best multi-tasker CosyGlo Night Light, £34.99 at Amazon – buy here This is definitely one of those grow-with-baby investments for the nursery: as a night light, it has a dimmer switch, and it also works as a clock, thermometer and stopwatch. It also has a countdown timer and light alarm so it doubles as a sleep trainer. Plus, with a choice of cute animal designs, kids will like it, too. Best for music and projections  Night Light Projector Soother, £33.90 at Amazon – buy here With a star and moon projection and choice of four melodies, this night light doubles as an entertainment centre for smalls who are struggling to fall asleep. Parents love the timer options, which can be set for 15, 30 or 60 minutes – or kept on all night long for babes who need it. Best for older kids Squeezable Gummy Bear Night Light, £27.99 at Amazon – buy here When it comes to statement room decor, this night light ticks every box: it’s funny, it’s a giant sweet and it’s squeezable – just squish the tummy to turn on. You may win parent of the year for this. [article-rail-topic title=”More from sun selects parenting” term_id=”14218″ posts_number=”6″ /] We’re all about helping you find the best products at the best prices, so follow the link if you want to check out more of Sun Selects’ recommendations. Need some more parenting supplies? We’ve got a whole parenting section for you to browse. Keep an eye on your little ones, with a great value baby monitor. We’ve rounded up the best, right here. This article and any featured products have been independently chosen by The Sun journalists. All recommendations within the article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue: this helps to support The Sun, and in no way affects our recommendations.
15 Jan 19
New Mum Life

  Hello Mummy’s and Daddy’s! I was typing to you poolside (don’t be too jealous, the pool was closed for the winter already!). As the locals were looking at me like I’m crazy for wearing shorts, I thought now would be the time to type about my experience of being on holiday with a baby. It […]

07 Jan 19
Summer et Sea

There’s times in pregnancy where you genuinely second guess yourself. Am I going to be a good mum? Will I have that instant love? What if I drop them? What if they hate me? What if they’re too cold, too hot? What if they cry ALL the time? What if they dont sleep? What if […]

31 Dec 18
MaenaS Blog

Hey Guys so unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to film my last trimester update as she decided to arrive a little earlier than expected but this was why Amazon Prime worked wonders for our last min shopping for the next day delivery. TRY IT FREE FOR 30 DAYS http://www.amazon.co.uk/tryprimefree?tag=lecris/21 Mam Anti Colic Bottles – […]

25 Nov 18
Blissful Burgination

Leo regularly amazes me with his open acceptance of things. We have always been really fair and given him the respect he deserves when we are talking things through. We have always felt that children deserve their opinion and deserve to be heard, and I think this definitely sets us all up for success. The […]

22 Nov 18
Malaysian Mama in the UK

One of the important things we get drilled into us at NCT classes and the NHS is safe sleeping. This is the usual putting your baby on their back, feet to the foot of their crib/cot, no loose blankets or pillows, and of course ensuring that the room temperature is safe.

17 Nov 18
westsussexmum

A friend of mine asked me the other day what were my top baby items; things I couldn’t live without? This gave me a kick up the bottom to write a new blog post which I thought might be useful for other new mums, mums to be, or just for a bit of light reading […]

11 Nov 18
Real mum life

Don’t get me wrong I’ve left my little one and gone out for the night but this was different. He would sleep in a different room to me for the first time in his life. Was he ready? Was I? 8 AM – I’m making breakfast whilst my hubs is moving the cot from our […]

28 Oct 18
The Corporate Mum Petra

This baby list has done its rounds over the last 8 years.  May help for baby shower ideas too! Note pad to write what the baby does and when you feed etc Baby bag Fess (for baby’s nose) Shampoo Gaia or Mustela brand Body wash Gaia or Mustela brand Mother pads for sore nipples called […]

24 Oct 18
Keira Leane

Since my original post on must-have newborn products I have been keeping a list of everything else I couldn’t have lived without, with the intention of giving new mummas some product advice for slighter older babies. This is not posted in real time, Thalia is 8 months old now… the blog has escaped me for […]