This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Arlo Baby. All opinions are 100% mine.
When we found out we were pregnant with Liam we knew we need a video monitor to keep an eye on him. Our bedroom is downstairs and his nursery is upstairs. They really could not be two further apart rooms in our home. He was in our room with us for 5 weeks before we moved him upstairs. The first night we were FREAKING OUT! What if needed us? What if he was upset? Spoiler Alert: he was fine. One thing that has helped ease the fear is our Arlo Baby Monitoring Camera
Keeping An Eye On Baby
Keeping an eye on baby boy has really made things easy for us. The Arlo camera works AMAZING in his room. Plus, if we aren’t home and he is going to be in the playroom with a babysitter it easily moves around. We’ve even traveled with it! You can move it around for hours and then recharge it! Arlo Baby lets you know quickly whether the noise was something or nothing. Meaning it tells you if a noise was in fact your baby crying. With night vision that won’t let darkness get in the way and HD technology that reveals every detail for complete peace of mind, you won’t ever have to leave your baby alone again. We can watch a movie in the living room and keep an eye on Liam at the same time. I can also peak in at him if I am at the gym or running errands and know my sweet boy is safe and sound. It has two-way talk straight from your smartphone! That’s such a cool feature for us. Andrew loves that even when he’s at work he can see Liam.
It has soothing lullabies and white noise you send your baby to sleep with each night. You can even record your own voice and manage music playing remotely from your smartphone. You can also monitor your nursery’s air condition, including temperature, humidity, and VOCs level. Get alerted whenever something is not in your desired range. You guys we live in Texas and it’s HOT so this feature is KEY!
We love keeping an eye on baby boy and this is the camera to make us feel better about it!
Do you use a camera for your little ones?