My son and I both love gummy bears! Our favorite thing to do on a Friday night is to find a movie on Netflix, then munch on popcorn and gummy bears.
He likes to sort them out by color so we can eat our way through the rainbow.
Even though you can’t snack on it, this GummyGoods Nightlight is too adorable for words! You squeeze its soft plastic belly to turn its LED glow on and off. The light features a one-hour timer and runs on two AA batteries.
It can rest on a table or hang on a wall. If you have very young children at home, I’d suggest hanging it on the wall so nobody tries to stick it in their mouth.
You can buy the GummyGoods Nightlight on the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art website for $30. The light is available in three different colors: green, red, and orange. It measures 7″ x 3″, so it’s slightly larger than a typical nightlight and smaller than a bedside lamp.
When he was in preschool, my son was terrified of the dark. We went through several different nightlights trying to find one that would help calm his fears. He’s not afraid of the dark anymore, but I know he’d love this GummyGoods Nightlight just for the amusement value.
If your family goes camping or your kids like to have sleepovers, this light seems like it would also be fun for use during these special events.
What do you think of the GummyGoods Nightlight? Is this something your kids would enjoy?
Photo credit: SFMOMA