Free Gift at Target with Motorola Video Baby Monitor Purchase

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Motorola.

Do you ever find it a little overwhelming looking for baby gear? Recently, I was shopping for a video baby monitor for a baby shower gift for a friend and while I’ve tried a couple out {old school and new school} I was still really overwhelmed by all the options and functions.

Do I really need this feature, what things can’t I live without in a video monitor? Those are the questions that kept mulling around in my head and I can only imagine the thousands more if I was a new mom. So I figured I’d tell you, in “real mom” words what’s important in a video monitor to me as a mom.

Big Screen – If I’m dropping a good bit of $ on baby gear, I want it to be well worth it.

Remote Control – Yes, I want to be spoiled. Sometimes babies roll from one side of their crib to the other and out of view from the camera. I want “eyes in the sky”.

Night Vision – Speaking of wanting to see different angles, I also want to see my wee one in the dark.

Awesome Range – Not that our house is enormous, but if we ever get invited to live at the Biltmore {hey you never know}, I want my baby monitor to come to the west wing with me, {or at least the other side of the house}.

Room Temperature – Now I’m getting a little “brass tacks” here, but in our house the downstairs feels about 10 degrees cooler than the upstairs so when DaddyB and I are freezing in the winter, the girls are sweating in their rooms. I would love to be able to adjust the temperature in our home according to baby’s room temperature rather than our thermostat.

Intercom – One thing I always disliked about our monitors with the girls growing up is that we could hear them, but unless we yelled up the stairs {no thank-you}, they couldn’t hear us. I love the option of being able to soothe your child when they are a little fussy. Of course being a no-cry momma I always recommend going up if baby’s in distress, but this is a great way to sing or talk to little one as needed.

Of course all monitors being sold these days have wireless options, battery options,

Coincidentally, there’s a great, award-winning video monitor on the market that fits mom’s most important needs, and covers all the key featured I mentioned and more.

Parents, I give you the Motorola MBP 36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor

Motorola MBP36 Video Baby Monitor

This video baby monitor features:

• 3.5” Diagonal Color Screen

• Video Remote: Pan, Tilt, and Zoom from Parent Unit

• Infrared Night Vision

• Range Up to 590 feet

• High Sensitivity Microphone

• Room Temperature Display

• Two-Way Communication

• Rechargeable Battery (Parent Unit)

• 5 Lullabies and more!!!

For a limited time when you buy the Motorola MBP36 video monitor at your local Target store you get a 3 pack Dr. Brown’s Bottles for FREE!!

Motorola Video Baby Monitor Target Deal

 

What features are important to you in a video baby monitor? Be sure to click on this link HERE to get your special gift when you purchase this Motorola video baby monitor while supplies last!!!

Dr Brown's Bottles with Motorola Baby Monitor Target

 

 

I received compensation in return for this post. I don’t have any little babies but was happy to bring the information about this great product to all of my readers. All opinions expressed in the above post are my own honest thoughts. Your opinions may vary.

                        

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Jennifer Bullock

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  • Hi Jennifer,
    I appreciate this info. We have an Angel Care which though it does not have a video, which I would like, it does have a heart rate monitor. Knowing that an alarm would go off if the baby stopped breathing seemed to be the most important thing to me. Does this one I have that? There was a recent review on the Angel Care monitor that the wire that attaches to the sensory board placed under the mattress has cause strangulation (sp?) in two different cases. While I am not worried about this because our wire is out of sight and reach, I would consider a new monitor ( most likely no need for the bottles) because of the video option if this one also has a heart rate/ breathing sensor. If you know that it does or doesn’t please let I me know.
    Nice job on the review!
    Your friend,
    Valerie

    • Hi Valerie,
      Thanks for stopping by. The Motorola video baby monitor is not like the Angel Care in which it doesn’t monitor heart rate or breathing. I personally have heard more complaints about frequent false alarms with the monitoring type of devices. I had not heard of strangulation, but wow, that’s scary. Glad you’re doing some research. PS Is congratulations in order?? Best wishes and hope this info helps you in your purchasing choices.

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