Sarah wrote:Tyler wrote:Sarah wrote:Source of the post Ours are glow in the dark!
There is no such thing as an original good idea. Do they even remotely glow after being in the dark all night? I assume they need to be "charged up" and then it only lasts a few hours.
They glow all night (12 hours) for the most part. Into limited dimming towards the morning. We leave them in his crib all day for the most part so no special light exposure or anything.
With the great benefit of Marshall using them for glow parties in his crib