Pick me, please
I have a 3mth old that is not a good sleeper and it would make me feel so much better to be able to check on her through this video monitor rather than risk waking her by going into the room. Currently we have a very old one that gets so much interference from outside noise and passing traffic that it drives me mad. Please pick me it would get very good use in our house. and be very much appreciated.
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08-05-2012 10:06 #13Member
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Pick me! Moving mr 12 months into his own room and I'm kinda nervous about it!
08-05-2012 10:08 #14
Please pick me this would be fantastic for my family and our bubba!
08-05-2012 10:14 #15
Pick me! Thinking about moving 6 month DS into his own room but am nervous about it, a video monitor would give me peace of mind. Plus I love telling everyone I know about things I've used!
08-05-2012 10:36 #16Member
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I would love to review this. My baby boy's room is down stairs and ours is upstairs. I would love to review this especially as it has a video component which I have never used before. My daughter has a habit of jumping into his cot in the mornings. To not only hear but also see what is going on would be extremely useful. I have always wanted a moniter with video component but can't afford one. I am also having another little one soon, so this unit will never be unused!
08-05-2012 10:38 #17
I have a 5 week old son and would love to be able to keep a closer eye on him while I am tending to his 14 month old sister throughout the day without leaving her unsupervised! I have wanted to invest in a video monitor since this new addition to our family but I just cant afford to upgrade our current one due to the price tag.
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08-05-2012 10:42 #18
Pick me....I have a 4 month bub who makes a lot of noise in the night. I would like to see what she's up to instead of getting up a million times!
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08-05-2012 10:48 #19
I would love to test this out on my 13 month old twins.
08-05-2012 10:51 #20Senior Member
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Pick me! We are going to be moving our 7 month old to his own room in 2 weeks and our receiver is broken on our current monitor, which is why we have waited this long to move him.
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