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Lil Tip: Dimmers

Baby's rooms are unlike any other in the house. They are supposed to be stimulating for the senses yet serene for naps. Cheery and playful during the day, but dark and motionless at night.

Lighting can sometimes become a challenge for nurseries. A quick and relatively painless fix is to install dimmers in the room. Dimmed lights are just what baby needs to wake up to in the morning and fall asleep at night. And during the day, he can romp around in all the glory of a full beaming overhead bulb. It also makes it easier on you for those feedings before dawn.

If you don't know how to do it yourself, an electrician should be able to install them.

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amybtvco amybtvco 9 years
We installed a dimmer and it is such a great thing! Trips to the nursery in the middle of the night (although still painful) aren't blinding.
oceangirl oceangirl 9 years
very easy to install. Great for bedtime reading, to set the mood to "sleep" mode. It works everytime! Thank you dimmers!
GirlC GirlC 9 years
Great idea.
luckyme luckyme 9 years
We love having the dimmer in her room. It's better than a night light. My husband installed it himself...it was actually very easy.
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