No Products in the Cart
Unless you are one of those freakishly lucky people whose little one falls asleep on demand and stays asleep all night long then at some point you have asked the Google fairies ‘how do I get my child to sleep through the night?’ I’m guessing one of the answers that you received back was, ‘a night light’. There are MANY night lights on the market all claiming to help solve your sleep problem, so which one should you pick?
This year most people have experienced at least one thing that has been ‘stolen’ from them due to COVID-19. The My Night Light team are no different and this is making us more determined than ever to make this Christmas one to remember!
It may seem slightly crazy to be talking about Christmas in October, but as we are all aware, 2020 is a year like no other, what December will look like is anyone’s guess! Your big family Christmas may not be happening this year, especially if you are spread out around the world, or even live in different states, so let’s get creative and make this festive season AMAZING!
Not everyone likes routines, some parents find them too structured, but personally, I’m a HUGE fan!
Occasionally I do find myself wishing that I was a fly by the seat of your pants kinda mum, but the idea of just winging it, tends to bring me out in hives!
Whilst change helps children to learn and experience new things, it can sometimes be stressful for them. Having a routine provides certainty and security and this is really important, especially in early childhood.
The nightly ritual of reading your children a bedtime story is such a crucial part of childhood for so many wonderful reasons and one that my children and I look forward to every evening.
I thought that I’d share with you some of the positives that I’ve found from reading with my children and a few of our favourite bedtime books.