When I was growing up, I had the traditional night light. It had one of those tiny bulbs with a plastic cover that only covered the front half of the bulb. I guess that was so a child couldn't touch the bulb directly. Too bad any one year child could pop the cover off. Today, companies appear to have taken night lights to the next level along with everything else out there for kids.
The Twilight Turtle, made by Cloud b, transforms nurseries and bedrooms into a planetarium. From within his plastic shell, Twilight Turtle projects a complete starry night sky onto the walls and ceiling of any room. Twilight Turtle is also an educational toy. Within the star patterns created by Twilight Turtle, there are 8 actual constellations. Parents can sit with their children and identify these major constellations using the illustrated Twilight Turtle Star Guide that is included. When you press the button to turn on the Twilight Turtle, it stays on for 45 minutes before automatically shutting off. If you are interested in buying it, click here .
Egg Night Light
The Egg Night Light also creates a feeling of sleeping under the stars. Light projected through tiny openings on the ceramic egg’s surface creates a dream like environment that is perfect for bedtime. It has two settings and has a metal base. If you are want to see the ten different colors it comes in, click here.
Animal Night LightsI also came across the good old fashioned night light ... kind of. The difference is that this bulb is hand blown by a master glass designer. It comes in either a cow or a pig. It uses a 4 watt bulb. If you want to check them out, click here.