Samantha has a ton of night lights. Many more than the average person. It's not that she needs multiple night lights plugged in, she only needs one to the do the job; it's just that she seems to collect them. Even with all the night lights available for her to use, she asked Jeff to get her another one. It must've been when I was away somewhere because I know the purchase of another night light was not necessary.
So this night light enters our house and gets plugged into Sam's outlet. It's like nothing you've ever seen before. Sure, it lights up and gives a glow to the room. It also changes to all the colors of the rainbow. You can pick one of the colors to be stationary and illuminate only that color or you can have it on the setting to run through all the colors. And these colors are BRIGHT!! Very, very bright. Bright red, bright green, bright blue, bright yellow, bright orange, bright purple, etc. It is by far the most obnoxious night light you've ever experienced.
|Two of the many colors in the spectrum.|
These pictures don't do it justice. This night light lights up Samantha's entire bedroom. It is as bright as day. Of course she wants the setting where the light changes colors. From the outside of her room (either the light coming through the bottom of the door) or from the outside of her window, it looks like she is having one heckuva party in her bedroom. ALL NIGHT LONG! Seriously, it is like a disco ball twirling around from her ceiling giving off all the colorful lights.
In addition to the night light, Sam falls asleep to music. Usually it is set on a timer of 60 minutes and will shut off automatically. At least once a week or so, the timer button does not get set and the music plays all night light long. And the music is on the loud side because she has turned up the volume after we've said good-night. Between the music and the night light show, it is a wonder Sam is getting any sleep at all. For a girl that has (in my opinion) many sensory issues, it is so bizarre that anyone can sleep, let alone Sam, during this display of light and music.
Samantha does a great job of keeping it interesting and fresh around here.
|Sam, snug as a bug in a rug.|
This is how she arranged herself and slept, surrounded by pillows.
The Halloween hat in the background is a nice touch.