Many have told me that I'm a "helicopter mom" and you know what? They may be right, but is that really such a bad thing? I give her breathing room, I just watch her like a hawk :) So in total following of me being a "helicopter mom" I was a bit nervous when we moved into our new house, knowing that I would quite possibly be downstairs in the living room or kitchen while Blake sleeps upstairs in her room. Sure, she's almost 4, and sleeps just fine throughout the night, but I check-in on "average" on her about 4-5 times a night before I even go to bed and then if I wake up in the middle of the night I check-in on her again! Yeah, yeah maybe I'm crazy, but oh well :)
Well, we were given a solution - the Motorola MBP36S video baby monitor. I seriously could not have been more thrilled. This monitor isn't just a simple little monitor, it's totally amazing! The monitor itself provides crystal clear two-way communication and showcases a full color LCD screen. Plus, you can remotely pan, tilt and zoom. You can even peek in at night with the infrared night vision and use the picture- in-picture feature to keep an eye on multiple rooms if you need to. I think my favorite feature of all is that you can set up the monitor to actually show on your living room TV!
I found the perfect spot within Blake's room to place the actual baby unit to give the most ideal picture of her while she sleeps. Also, not only is it a great spot to see her when she is sleeping, but also when she is playing in her room with her dolls and I'm cleaning or whatever it might be. Sometimes she yells for me and I don't hear her from her room, so she'll come trumping through the house looking for me telling me she had been calling for me, with the Motorola video baby monitor we never have this issue anymore!
Go check out Diapers.com to order yours today! With this monitor, you can be sure your baby is safe and sound, giving you the peace of mind you deserve. I promise you'll love it just as much as I do :)
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.