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    Default Baby Monitor Position?

    DD has suddenly decided that going in her cot is the perfect time to practise rolling and trying to crawl... she is sleeping and settling still, but keeps moving where my monitor doesn't pick her up.
    Where do you put your monitor so you have a view of the WHOLE cot? She has never been a "busy" sleeper, just rolls from one side to the other once asleep so this has never been an issue and the 3/4 view has been sufficient.
    We have a monitor that is round with a magnetic base, can't remember the brand. Until now I've always just had it balanced on the end corner of her cot...

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    Default Re: Baby Monitor Position?

    We put ours on a tripod at the end of DD's cot so it is raises and 'looks down' over her

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    Default Re: Baby Monitor Position?

    DD has a bookcase/toy box next to her cot. We put the monitor up on top of it (stuck it down when we found the right spot with those 3m command strips) and we get a full view of her entire cot.

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