One of the difficulties our little one has is choking on his own saliva so I'm really worried about him going in his own room at night. I'm bad enough when he's sleeping right next to me.
I've found a new device online called a Neebo, which is like a wearable baby monitor so it would be with him all the time, but it would let me know instantly if he stopped breathing or even if he was awake but not making a noise: http://daatrics.com/neebo.html
What do you guys think? Do any of you have experience of similar monitors?
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