peace of mind for mama

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Hi guys! I know I’ve been such a slacker on my blog but I feel like I have a good excuse since I just (can I still say just?) had a baby! But I wanted to share something with you that has been really amazing in my first few months of motherhood with the hope that it’s able to give you some peace of mind like it did me!

I’m not generally a nervous person, but in the months leading up to giving birth I started to wonder how I would handle all the things that moms have to worry about when it comes to their kids. One of the things that was really important to me before Liv was born was that she start sleeping in her crib right away as soon as we got home from the hospital. I know it’s not something lots of Moms choose, but it was just something I wanted to do. But once I decided that was something I wanted, I started to wonder how I would feel having her in the other room with the video monitor being the only way I could tell if she was ok – what if I fell asleep and wasn’t looking at the monitor and she needed me? I started to research what other moms did, and that’s when I found Owlet. Owlet is a smart sock that monitors your baby’s oxygen levels and heart rate while they sleep. If the levels drop below normal, or if the baby stops breathing, Owlet alerts you on your phone or on this little base station (actually really cute and I don’t even mind it on our nightstand) that it comes with. Even though our apartment isn’t big and Liv is sleeping in her room right next door, it’s really nice to know that if she really needed me, I would know right away.

Click here to learn more about Owlet and get $15 off now through October 31st!

PS: How delicious are these legs?!

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