When I had my daughter, I was a bit young. I was 21-years-old and thought I knew it all. Once my daughter was born, I learned very quickly that I knew nothing. I was so scared I would break her and so many sleepless night. I do not even mean because she kept me up. I was so scared, I barely slept even when she was asleep. I wanted to make sure she was breathing and I was basically this big ball of anxiety. When my second daughter came along 7 years later, I was gripped by the same feelings of anxiety, but by then I knew I would not break her so one less thing to keep me up at night. I wish I had Snuza for either or both of these new bundles I brought home.
I plan to have at least one more baby, and hopefully without quiet the long age gap. That was my body and poor timing that caused such a laps in age between my daughters. Regardless they are both precious and perfect and I wouldn’t change a thing. I plan to have Snuza HERO SE on hand as soon as I have my next child. I think I may finally be able to rest a bit easier with a new baby being brought home. I know these are feelings all new mothers feel at one time or another. We all just want our baby safe.
With the Snuza HERO SE you are getting a portable baby movement monitor. It clips right on to their diaper and it monitors your baby’s movements. It will detect the slightest of movements and it will alert you if there fewer than 8 movements in a minute. If the monitor does not register a single abdominal movement in 15 seconds the monitor will vibrate. The vibrations are to rouse the baby to move. The vibration is usually enough to rouse the baby into movement, but if it continues for another 5 seconds there will be an alarm that goes off to alert you that your baby has stopped breathing.
The Snuza HERO SE is not suitable for co-sleeping, because it can even pick up movements from around the baby. I think it is an amazing product that will give every new parent a little less anxiety. This makes the perfect gift for a new parent to open this Christmas!
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