We all love our children. We love to see them happy and hate it when they get hurt. And when they start getting scared of darkness and can’t sleep, especially in such a wonderful festive season, we know that one exact thing they would want from Santa. NURSERY LAMPS!
Nursery lamps are night lamps for nursery used as decoration and as a measure of safety for the children. They come in different shapes, like a shape of an animal that your children are just learning to spell, or a flower that they are taught is pretty, and are learning to draw, or the moon and few stars up in their ceilings glowing as they fall asleep.
Nursery lamps emit light that is not too bright so that your children can sleep well, but is bright enough for them to see their surroundings and avoid accidents at night. The perfect brightness (or dimness) is when they can sleep soundly without being disturbed by the light even when it is turned on throughout the night. And for you, being a parent, the purpose of this light is to check on your children because no matter what, you are not convinced about their safety until you see them safe yourself. This also makes breast-feeding and changing diapers easier at night.
Nursery lamps are very useful and make things easier in daily lives of parents. However, for every good thing comes with a price, it is scientifically proven that keeping lights on in your baby’s room results in less restful and sound sleep. Some also say that babies being exposed to light all the time may be confused whether its day or night and will affect their sleep pattern.
We all want an easy life, but a perfect one? That we will never get. It’s up to parents whether to keep nursery lamps on and compromise their baby’s sound sleep, or to turn off the lights. Or, maybe their baby just can’t sleep in the dark. Then, what is better? Remember. Moon and stars that shine and twinkle in such dark skies are always praised by the humans.