Every parent has undoubtedly experienced that moment where they rock their baby to sleep and sway with them in their arms, lay them down and pray that they don't wake back up. There have even been some moments where we are practically army crawling out of the babies room just to avoid any risk of them spotting us and waking from their slumber. Welp, according to Khloé Kardashian, there is a new tool that she just discovered that will help all parents in these same situations (ahem, all of us). It's called the Lucero Smart Bulb and it just might be your new parenting BFF.
The world may have never heard of this Lucero Smart bulb if Khloé Kardashian didn't take to her website earlier last week to share her findings with the world (thanks, K!). This innovative tool can be found on Amazon for only $32 and we're sitting over here thinking that we might need this in our life stat.
Why is this device so amazing? This seemingly simple and overlooked household basic has since been coined her "middle of the night miracle" because it can literally be controlled by an app on your phone. This Bluetooth enabled device, with the help of your smart phone, can be personalized with more than 16 million colors to find just the right lighting for your baby. But it's so much more than just that.
This magic light bulb can also be put on a schedule using a built-in timer and even program your lighting to support your body’s circadian rhythm. And it can even be synced with music. Bedtime just got so much easier.
The website Parent.Guide noted that "turning on bright lights when you check on your baby actually causes your brain to become alert and active. Guess what? If your brain is active then so are you. This means that you will have difficulty returning to sleep."
At the end of the day, you must make the parenting choices that are best for you and your family, but we have to admit that using the Lucero Smart bulb seems awfully appealing. We're always on the hunt for anything that will make our lives as busy and exhausted parents easier and this truly sounds like a step in the right direction.
BRB, we're just adding this to our Amazon baby registry.