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Closer to Nature Video Monitor with Sensor Pad

Ever feel like you needed a video baby monitor as well as a sensor pad for under your crib mattress just to ease your mind, and of course alert you if there is no movement, including breathing, from your baby?

Well now you don’t need a half-dozen different devices because Tommee Tippee has come out with a video baby monitor with a sensor pad connected … all in one!

The first week of November, I had a chance to see the monitor up close and personal, and see how it works directly from the ladies at Tommee Tippee. Now I have one to giveaway to the readers here on Baby’s First Year!

While I am a huge fan of co-sleeping and have done it at one point in time with all three of my children, now that Addison is starting to sleep through the night more I have been working on actually getting her to sleep in her crib. I was hesitant at first because when she is in the co-sleeper in our room I can roll over, and as neurotic as it sounds … check and make sure she is still breathing. With her in the crib it is more of a project and I worry about waking her.

This is where the awesomeness of the monitor actually comes in. With the sensor pad under the crib mattress, it is so sensitive that it can detect if there is no movement at all, which includes breathing.

Once there has been no movement for 20 seconds an alarm sounds, and believe me, you can’t miss the alarm! It is loud!

The monitor also has an amazing range. You can go up to 1000 feet with a crystal clear view of your little one whereever they may be.

Then there is the talk-back feature. You can actually press a button on the monitor screen in another room, and talk to your baby in their crib… or yell at your toddlers to leave their sister alone, which has come in handy for me when I am cooking dinner. HA!

So do you want to win one?
Giveaway ends on November 30th!
Enter below!

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