Questions and Answers of Night Lights

To combat the fear of the dark and nightmares of the child, one tends to put a night light in baby’s room, at a younger age-What is a good idea, or not at all? We talk about.

Questions and Answers of Night Lights


Fear of the dark appears often in children from 2 years old. 2 years is an average, it is to say that such child will begin to manifest it in 20 months, and another 2 years and a half… and Yes, as you, your child is unique, and evolves in his way. This fear of the dark will then appear as the child continues the small path of his psychic life while starting to develop his imagination.

It is the latter who brings up monsters who scare.

Hold the baby’s first year?

However, very many parents install a night light in the nursery from birth. Why? According to JosephNightLights, it is a nice pilot light. But not only: it’s also convenient to have a small light to see if all is well put a pacifier, find the doudou, all without having to create a Grand century atmosphere with the lights on to any bomb.

What would wake up baby for sure.

But, more seriously, it is to them-even that returns the installation of a Nightlight. Consciously or not, parents often feel that dive baby in the dark is stressful for him, it will create fear in him.

Leave a little light, it’s a way to anticipate a fear of black baby does not know.

For him, the light, he cares.

Another thing to which we do not think, is that the rhythm of baby’s life will hold little by little on alternating day/night, throughout his first year.

It is – very variable-where he made his nights. Having a light permanently in her room will not help him navigate.

But after the first year, pilot light or not?

The pilot issue therefore arises more precisely so baby, got bigger, trouble falling asleep, expresses fear of the dark, fear monsters in his room.

If opinions are divided-as by little almost everything about childhood, so let’s say that’s not a scoop, it makes more sense to say that every child his method!

So yes, why not put a discreet night light in a kid’s room that anxiety at bedtime? If it reassures, it is an alternative that is trying.

Another possibility: leave his door ajar on a lit corridor. If a light NET, regardless of its provenance, reassures him, it doesn’t help to look at 14: 00.

It will be quite able to fall asleep without, each thing in its time…