Munchkin Light My Way Owl Handheld Nightlight Review-Giveaway!

It is no secret that Hayley is afraid of the dark. So many times, she wakes up and starts screaming in the middle of the night. Then she proceeds to run into my room, so she can tell me that she hates the dark. This has been going on since she has been around 3 years of age. We have tried many methods including a regular nightlight, but it does not seem to do the trick.

Last month, one of the top makers of kids products, Munchkin, sent me the Munchkin Light My Way Handheld Nightlight. This is a portable nightlight that provides a comforting glow at bedtime for your children. It is in the shape of an owl and features easy to handle grasps, that your children can hold onto to take their nightlight wherever they want to go.


It features cool touch LED lighting and the battery that comes with the Munchkin Light My Way Owl Handheld lasts up to 120 hours! It is a truly adorable nightlight with a 20 minute timer that will go off when your children drift into sleep. We put it on for Hayley when she is ready to go to sleep and when she is finally sleeping, it turns off, so not to waste the batteries.

Hayley also uses the Munchkin Light My Way Owl Handheld Nightlight for the middle of the night, when she has to go to the bathroom. It provides her comfort by using her special nightlight to find her way to the bathroom. I have found less and less calling out to me because she is afraid of the dark. It truly works.Munchkin Nightlight

I also imagine it would be great to a mom who needs to feed their infant in the middle of the night. It would provide just the right amount of light to be able to do these feedings!

Some additional information about the Munchkin Light My Way Owl Nightlight includes:


    • Owl light provides a comforting friend at bedtime
    • Easy-grasp handle and one-button operation are perfect for toddlers
    • 20 minute timer automatically shuts off to conserve batteries
    • LED technology is cool to the touch
    • Includes 3 AAA batteries
    • 2+ years

Buy it: You can purchase the Munchkin Nightlight wherever Munchkin products are sold including Target and Amazon. You can also purchase it on the Munchkin website for $16.99!

Win it: One winner will receive the Munchkin Nightlight. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to tell me if your kids are afraid of the dark in the comment section proceeding the post. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest you fill them out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!

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*I received the above product for review purposes. As always, all my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.

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  1. Keara B. says

    Right now, I don’t think my daughter is afraid of the dark, but she’s always slept with a small nightlight so I’m not sure!

  2. says

    When they were little my kids were a bit afraid of the dark. This would have been an excellent solution. Plus, its super adorable.

  3. says

    my daughter has recently become afraid of the dark and wanting to sleep in mommy and daddy’s bed. she has an led night light but its not making her any less scared maybe this will help her!

  4. says

    Every night my 2 1/2 year old reminds us to leave her door open and put the hallway light on. I don’t mind because when she falls asleep, I just close the door and she never mentions it in the morning. :) This nightlight is adorable!

  5. natalie nichols says

    He’s not afraid of the dark but he wakes up crying in the middle of the night a lot and his room is awfully dark.


    No we keep the house dark most of the time only using the lights when we need to so we can save on our electric bill

  7. Emi says

    Yes, they are. We have a couple of those Pillow Pets? nightlights and a spinning globe lamp to keep the rooms lightly lit at night.

  8. Carol L says

    My children always slept with a night light growing up . My grandsons, two of them are afraid of the dark. This

  9. says

    This is perfect for my grandkids who often sleepover at my home and are sometimes sleepily groggy when they wake up or need to use the bathroom during the night. I would also purchase one of these for my 88-year old Mom, who lives independently and needs some extra light at night! Thanks for sharing…

  10. Teresa says

    Some days: YES, my older daughter is afraid of the dark. She is 2 and in her own room and sometimes has very vivid dreams about cats in her room (we don’t have cats…). We’ve watched An American Tale too many times!! :P

  11. Brynn says

    Just a little bit. Some nights more than others. We have though about getting a night light so this would be wonderful!

  12. Catarina says

    My four year old is scared of the dark and this would help when he gets up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Thanks for the chance to win this cute nightlight.

  13. Gina Ferrell says

    My kids are not afraid of the dark but they do like their nightlights sometimes especially if they are not feeling well.

  14. Carolina T says

    My son is just starting to sleep by himself in his room and Ive found night lites help, I dont know if hes scared of the dark (hes 1 1/2) but they definitely make him not feel alone

    Littlemamameow at gmail dot com

  15. Melissa Hartley says

    My oldest son kinda is .. when he spends the night he always has to have some kind of light on–he has Down Syndrome & comes to visit a few times a month :)

    Thank you.

  16. shilpa says

    yes my son loves to have a night light in his room and his school mascot is an owl so i think it would be perfect fit for his room!!

  17. Kerry G. says

    My oldest son is afraid of the dark. He has to sleep with a nightlight, dream-light and the hall light on.

  18. Deborah Mireles says

    No my grandaughter isnt afraid of the dark but I am afraid shemight trip over something and get hurt

  19. Coriander Warren says

    I was (still kinda am) and I know my youngest is scared of the dark. We have no reason to be, beyond the unknown but still are all the same

  20. Rosey says

    We leave the hallway light on and I read to them until they fall asleep (usually very fast) so I don’t think they are scared of the dark.


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