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    Quote Originally Posted by giggle berry View Post
    I think you need to use/do whatever you feel comfortable with.

    Don't worry about what others think, it's not their child.

    Anyway, if after using it you find it annoying etc you can always pack it away.
    I agree. We used one with dd1 but with dd2 and DS they were useless as both times their cot mattresses were elevated due to reflux. But I'm glad we had one in the first place. I think you are naturally paranoid with first babies but possibly relax a little with the subsequent ones. I literally check on my kids about a dozen times a night when they are sick, and also my babies sleep really badly when they are under 12 months so they woke regularly anyway.

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    Default Re: Are breathing monitors eg. angelcare unecessary/paranoid/useless?

    I havent got the angelcare, i have a video monitor which i love! But i think you should definitely get it if it will make you feel at ease. Its not overkill. People love to give their opinions to new mums-to-be but sometimes dont realise how rude they sound. Its your baby & your decision


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