Scary Monsters Have Just Left The Building…”
Do you have little ones that are afraid of the dark? Night lights are nice, but you know what is nicer? A really snuggly night light that your little ones can sleep with!! That is what ChuChi is! ChuChi is a portable, huggable, smush-able, and lovable plushie night-light and ambient mood light. The plush night-light chases monsters from their shadowy hiding spots, and helps with nighttime journeys to the restroom. Perfect for my kids!
The soothing light helps relax your child and helps them fall asleep quicker. My daughter is the one who got to review this item. She loves it. It is very soft and squishy and she likes the little light that goes on and off, like a heart beat! Very soothing, even for me to look at when I lie next to her at night.
The ChuChi Night-Light is by Banana Design Lab and is an awesome idea for a night light! The light is wrapped in a warm and fuzzy little plush guy. Safe for your little kids and to help make them feel safe at night.
About the ChuChi Night Light’s (Taken From Their Site):
ChuChiare nocturnal creatures from far northern Siberia They sleep during the day and are awake at night, so they can catch and eat monsters.
They have a special light in their heads. You can travel with one of them thought a dark hallway, or just light-up your room. They also have a warm glowing heartbeat light, that beats in an organic and changing pattern. You can’t resist getting sleepy with this relaxing ambient heartbeat.
Squeeze ChuChi’s hand to turn it On and Off. Squeeze it again to switch between the “night-light” and soothing “ambient hearbeat.” ChuChi are Nocturnal, so you can only see their glow at night or in a dark room.
You can buy the ChuChi Night Light at Amazon.com for a good price! Or you can locate a store nearest you, that carries them!
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I was sent the ChuChi Night Light Plush for my daughter to review and keep. These are my honest opinions of this product. The above Amazon.com link is my own personal affiliate link, thanks!