Owlet to The Rescue | Dearest Lou

Owlet to The Rescue

Any other mamas have the hardest time leaving your baby alone to sleep in a room? Whether it’s naptime or bedtime,  I'm always worried about my little one's well being. I didn’t have any sort of monitor with my first baby (Zaden) and I remember checking up on him constantly even though his crib was literally touching our bed. I never left the room when he was napping and it made it really hard for me to get things done around the house. Fast forward to last year and my pregnancy with Adrien, I knew I needed something to help ease this mama’s anxiety.


That’s where the Owlet Baby Monitor came to the rescue! This my friends is something every mama needs. Owlet is designed to notify you if your baby’s heart rate or oxygen fall outside the preset zones. It has a pulse oximeter in the sock that syncs to the base station. The base station connects to your home internet and keeps track of their heart/respiration rate. The Owlet Smart Sock 2 is pretty amazing. The new innovated design offers an even more secure fit, can go on either foot, and comes in 3 different sizes.


I can’t begin to tell you how handy this comes and made it so easy especially those first couple weeks when Adrien spent a majority of his time sleeping. It’s been so nice being able to look on my app and see he is doing just fine when I’m in another room playing and taking care of big brother, working, or doing chores around the house. Knowing there is an extra set of eyes helping watch over Adrien has made the transition from 1 to 2 kids so much easier.

For more information or to purchase visit Owlet!


*This post is sponsored by Owlet, but all thoughts are my own

4 comments

  1. These pictures are precious! I truly wish I had one of these with my kids, would have been such a stress lifter!

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  2. i've heard about these monitors! I really want one! i'me due with baby #3 next week and we totally don't have a monitor yet! whooooops!

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  3. I wish they had that when my son was a baby! It would have relieved me of so much stress!

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  4. How I wish this was around when my girls were young. Needed it for them! Would have had much more peace of mind.

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