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We paused the movie we’d been watching in bits and pieces. (Because, let’s face it, you don’t get to watch full-length movies when you have a new baby.)
We craned our necks, and I put my ear to the baby’s door. Nope. Just hearing the cries in my head, as usual (raise your hand if you can relate!).
Because when you have a baby, you’re on high alert. You try to sleep when the baby sleeps, but worry he’ll cry and you won’t hear him. Maybe you feel like you can’t do chores or tasks, much less relax or read because you worry something could go wrong.
That’s where the Levana Ovia 2 Camera Video Monitor comes in handy. With a full-color monitor and a 24-hour battery life, you can keep an eye on your little one while he sleeps. Levana is also the first company to launch wireless monitors back in 2002.
With the baby video monitor, you’ll know for certain whether your baby is asleep, awake, playing or crying. No more worrying if baby rolled over on his tummy or is sleeping in an awkward position.
With the wireless baby video monitor, I can take it everywhere with me instead of leaving it plugged in one place. No more walking back to the ‘monitor station’ to check. It comes equipped with night vision, and I can swivel the camera to see the whole room.
Rather than fussing over your kids or worrying about them, you can do much-needed chores. You can watch a movie in the living room—with actual volume instead of turned down low. You can go on your computer and read blogs (hi!).
And video monitors aren’t only for babies, either. I check on my toddlers and five-year-old during naps and bedtime to see if they’re sleeping. In the mornings, I see if they’re still sleeping or if it’s okay for me to come in. Because no matter how slowly I open that doorknob to not make a peep, they’ll still wake up.
One of my toddlers has also been getting out of his bed, adjusting to the new toddler rail we added. And we’ve also found him sleeping by the door. With the monitor, we can check if he’s gotten out of his bed again so we can move him back.
Being a mom keeps us busy! What do you wish you could do more of?