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KinderGlo for a Gift!


Hey Neighbors!

Here is a really neat gift idea...KinderGlo!  My children LOVE their KinderGlo night lights!  Both of my youngest daughters still use theirs.  And when I say youngest, I am not talking toddlers here!  Before I go further, I will tell you I personally can not sleep in a room without a little light, so maybe they got that from me.


Anyway, we have had KinderGlo night lights for about three years now.  Our first one is still working!  I really like the KinderGlo because it has a base it sits on to charge, and then your child can carry it around with them.  For younger children, they can even take them to bed with them.


With KinderGlo you can set the night light to stay one color, or it will alternate between the colors slowly changing.  You have the choice of leaving it on all night, or it can be set to shut off after 30 minutes.  These night lights stay cool to the touch and are made of non toxic materials.  There are 8 shapes to choose from!  Some of our favorites are the T-Rex, Moose and Owl.  You can purchase the KinderGlo night lights on their website for $22.95-$24.95.  Now, I will tell you, with the charging base, which will re-charge the night light for another 10-12 hours, these night lights last a long time.  Our original T-Rex is still working.  (He has dimmed a little, but still gives off a glow, changes colors and re-charges when placed on the base.


This would make a perfect gift for toddlers, young children who are afraid of the dark, or just about any young child who needs a night light.  These are also good for trips to the bathroom at night, because your child can carry their light with them!


Grandparents, consider buying one for your grandchildren.  Or have one in your home for when they come to spend the night.  Moms and dads these make great gifts and they are not just another toy that will be tossed in the toybox, or replaced when the next toy is available.  KinderGlo are fun and useful!


One neighbor will receive a KinderGlo night light.  Enter soon!
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Comments

Sharon Schoepe said…
I would pick the Hippo.
Janet W. said…
I would choose the Tyrannosaurus Night Light.
Cassie Eastman said…
I would choose the Quarter Moon Night Light! So cute!
Kimberly said…
My daughter would love the elephant or the reindeer!
joyh82 said…
The angel or the elephant.
Unknown said…
I would choose the T-Rex because my kids love dinosaurs.
Unknown said…
The Tyrannosaurus KinderGlo!
Unknown said…
Both of my children love owls, so I would go with that one! :-)
Sandra VanHoey said…
I'd choose the Tyrannosaurus Night Light
Sandy VanHoey
Colleen Maurina said…
I really like the Quarter Moon Night Light.

ShellyH said…
I would choose the owl or the elephant for my grand daughter.
latanya t said…
Quarter Moon Night Light
d schmidt said…
I would pick the hippo
Kimberly said…
I like the Hippo
Kims2312@verizon.net
LauraJJ said…
Oh I would have to pick the Quarter moon! Carter is so in love with the moon!
Laura Jacobson
Unknown said…
i would love to have the hippo
Love the look of these, especially the owl !! Unable to enter as in UK, but thanks so much for the info. Thanks for popping over to our weekly book blog hop, now following you xx
Wanda McHenry said…
I'd choose the Angel Night Light!

Wanda McHenry
Missy L said…
I like the Angel one best
Sandra VanHoey said…
Thanks again!
Sandy VanHoey

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