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From Soothing Owl Toys to Rainbow Light-Up Teddies

 - Jul 31, 2014
Tucking kids in to sleep at night can be a challenge, particularly if they're afraid of the dark, but these helpful bedtime aids will provide a helping hand in getting little ones a little more comfy.

While physically staying with your kids while they're sleep is one way to make them feel safe and secure, such techniques can often prevent kids from being more independent. Offering techniques for children to feel more comfortable, these bedtime aids provide techniques for making bedtime a much less frightening experience. Offering stuffed animals that double as nightlights to toys that provide a soothing effect while children sleep, these bedtime aids will definitely help make getting to sleep a lot easier.