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LavNav Nightlight: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Keeping the path to the bathroom well lit and free of obstacles is key to night training a toddler. Once they are able to get up and out of bed in time to make it to the lavatory, the next thing a mama worries about is keeping it clean. While there are plenty of night-lights available to brighten the room without waking your tot completely, the LavNav ($22) takes it a step further. In addition to a motion activated sensor that turns on when your lil one enters the room, it is also equipped with red and green lights giving a sleepwalking bathroom user a hint about whether the seat is up or down. A neat lil trick that will prevent small tushes from falling into the toilet.

Would you buy the LavNav for your kids' bathroom?

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FrankiLee FrankiLee 7 years
Lol @ Anon! I know. Many nights I have wandered into the bathroom in the dark and sat down to realize that my darling boyfriend has left the seat up, AGAIN. There's nothing like that moment of panic when you realize your bum is not where it should be.
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