My daughter is not generally an early riser, except when we're at my parent's house. Their house is all windows, so as soon as the first glimmer of sunlight peeks through the window, she is up and ready to be entertained.
I, on the other hand, am so not a morning person. It's not good for anyone for me to be up at 7 a.m., especially on a weekend. So when I was offered the opportunity to test out the new Lightcatcher Curtains, I was all in.
Now we've all heard of blackout curtains, but all the ones I've encountered are, well, black. Or some other dark, dismal color that I definitely wouldn't want in my daughter's room. But this is what makes the Lightcatcher Curtain different.
They come in pretty pastel colors with sweet pattens that are suitable for a child's room or nursery. I tried a very pale green set with brown teddy bears on them and I was amazed that they actually kept the light out. The room wasn't pitch black, but it was just dark enough to keep my daughterRead More »from Keep Baby in Bed A Little Longer With Lightcatcher Curtains