Bedtime can be a difficult moment for kids and parents because most children are scared of darkness or simply find it difficult to get a good sleep.
The main function of the night light is to help create a bedtime routine through an emotional connection between the product and the kid. It is not a toy but it is fun and the kid can interact with it.
It is a collectible nightlight that represents a family of Forest animals made up of a bear, a fox, and a rabbit.
Every piece has two faces: one awake and one asleep. When the kid is going to bed they have to put the night light in the position of the asleep face and when they wake up, move it to the awake position.
Fausto, the bear
Fausto the bear, is the oldest of the group.
He has a quiet character, speaks only when you least expect it and always in a wise way. He is passionate about board games, but above all he loves to play cards and make Dora lose her temper when she loses.
Julio, the fox
Julio the fox loves music. He always says that his ancestors were Cuban and that is why he has rhythm in his bones. He spends the day singing and inventing new instruments of music with everything that is found in the forest.
Dora, the rabbit
Dora the rabbit wants to be a film director when she grows up. She knows the entire filmography of Hitchcock and she spends her free time trying to convince Fausto and Julio to be actors in her next movie.
The objective is to create a new routine with children to help in the bedtime.
Every piece has two faces: one awake and one asleep. When the kid is going to bed, they have to put the night light in the position of the asleep face and when they wake up, move it to the awake position.
There is also a short story about Lucas, the tiger that parents can tell the kid before sleep, and connect with the emotional toys collection.