Motorola MBP33 Wireless Video Baby Monitor
Guest Blog by Adalhi!
I am smack in the newborn haze, nursing at all hours, staying up with a baby who is wide awake-only to juggle the baby and chase a toddler during the day.
Mother’s day is still very new for me, becoming a mother for the first time in 2014, and now just given birth to my second child at the beginning of April. Plans this year will be low key and mellow at home with lots of toddler energy and newborn cuddles.
There were just a few things I had to set up for baby #2. One of them being a monitor. I set up a Motorola monitor to be able to see the baby while playing with the toddler or getting stuff done around the house. Honestly it was so easy to set up, I hate to admit that I have yet to read the instructions, but it really is “sleep deprived” set up friendly.
while my husband is still on paternity leave, he has been making small gestures daily as mini “Mother’s Day.” My favorite one thus far has been him taking the baby daily from me after the 7am feed, puts her down for a nap, lets me sleep, and preps the meals for the day with the toddler.
Those precious uninterrupted moments of sleep really help, and I will miss them when he is back at work. But for now I am going to cherish them, knowing he has an eye on the little.
• Wireless Technology: 2.4 GHz FHSS • 2.8” Diagonal Color Screen• Digital Zoom• Two-Way Communication• Room Temperature Display• Infrared Night Vision• High Sensitivity Microphone • Up to 1000ft Range*• Out-of-Range Alert• Volume Control• Sound Level Indicator• Low Battery Alert• Rechargeable Battery (Parent Unit)• 5 Lullabies• Pair up to 4 Baby Units (Model: MBP36SBU, sold separately)