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    There's quite a few women in my stillbirth support group that swear by the Oricom Babysense breathing monitors.

    I love the Snuza and we haven't had a false alarm so far. It's gone off twice but both times when DH or I were holding him and shifting him around so had knocked it off his tummy. The little flashing light actually blinks to the rhythm of his breathing. We also have a co-sleeper/sidecar cot which I'm in love with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Can you put her cot next your bed so you can reach out and touch her?
    I was going to suggest this too

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    you need to sleep too. move the cot next to your bed, or move a bed/mattress next to the cot so you can sleep comfortably. a mama who is not sleeping is safety issue for both your kids.

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    Thanks so much for all your replies! I haven't been on bub hub for awhile and forgot how supportive it is. hearing to babies r us today to grab a monitor. thanks again everyone!

    ME + DH = DS(2010) and DD(2013)

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    I also slept on dd's floor when she went into a cot. After a few nights of bad sleep, we bought the angelcare monitor. I slept in there the first night then was able to go back to sleeping in my bed, it definitely helped.
    We did have a few false alarms as dd was squished up in the corner of her cot but, for me, it was reassuring.

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    I worry too. Kept my youngest in our room till 18mths and my oldest in our bed till 2yo.

    I have super mum sensors with the kids so sleep best when they are within hands reach.


    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Our DD is 5 months and we have the angelcare monitors. We also have a camera cause if I'm not in the room I want to be able to see her chest rising and falling! She was in her bassinet next to our bed until recently and now we have 'side-car'ed her cot to our bed so I can easily reach out and touch her in the night.


 

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