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    Don't pick me- I have one, but please make sure one of your reviewers is someone who's been doing it tough, I can imagine this kind of opportunity would make someone's day x

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    Pick me! 10 week old who i am too scared to move into own bed until i get a decent monitor

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    BabushkaMumma is offline Mothering with my whole heart as thats what my girls have given me.
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    Would love the chance to review this with my 4 month old - please pick me!

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    hi, i would love to try this out - i have a 5 day old baby boy - who is very noisy when sleeping so i am going to have to move him out of our room sooner than i expected....(i just can't sleep at all....am on edge all night) would love the opportunity to try this so i can put him in his room and hopefully settle my nerves.....thanks

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    Our 2 yo is now in a bed on his own and with him having CP we constantly worry about his lack of leg strength causing night time injury

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    Please pick me!

    I have a very restless 6 month old who is waking 4-6 times a night. Sometimes he is just whining though but as soon as he sees me walk into the room his eyes shoot open :-( and I have to rock him back to sleep. All my numerous posts will show all the trouble I've been having!

    We are off to Tweddle Sleep School in June. I would love to have something like this, especially for when we get back so I can keep practicing what I learn there without always going into his room to check on him! Would really appreciate it!

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    Pick Me!! I would really LOVE to be considered for this!! I have 3 month old twin girls who are about to be moved from our bedroom into theirs, but I am a little apprehensive as I haven't had the money to purchase a monitor yet, so I have been putting it off. I would really like to get them used to sleeping in their own room before it gets too hard to make the transition, but I really need to know that they are safe before I do as they will be sharing a cot for the time being.

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    I'd love the ability to watch my baby sleeping soundly without sneaking into her room! Being a busy mum of three young children I'd love the peace of mind a monitor like this would provide! Yay!

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    i'd love the ability to watch my baby sleeping soundly without sneaking into her room! Being a busy mum of three young children i'd love the peace of mind a monitor like this would provide! Yay!

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    Being a mum of 3 and having my MIL in the granny flat out the back, I am constantly needing to be in 2 places at once.
    With checking on said MIL while my newborn's sleeping, as I am her carer, it would definitely ease my mind knowing I could see AND hear what's going on


 

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