Young children often wake up during the night. One of the parents has to get up to see to the child. By using dimmers, we can ensure that the one who gets up is given a dimmed light path to the children’s room. Using a button (perhaps with LED) next to the bed, the lighting sequence is set in motion. The light next to the bed is switched on softly at 20%. In the meantime, the lights in the corridor and the children’s room go on at 50%. Arriving in the children’s room, you can decide to increase the lighting with a local switch. When the nighttime intervention has ended and the parent is back in bed, the button to switch on the light path is pressed again. Everything is gently dimmed to 0%. When the children are older, this function is no longer needed. Then, if so desired, you can decide to reprogram this button to operate the garden lighting from the master bedroom when you hear strange noises or a noisy cat in the garden at night.