If you read my blog back in April I'm sure you saw my Baby Registry Must Haves post. I talked about products that I think are going to be top choices for our family and what we would really like to have. I'm so happy to say that we have most of the items on the list already. One of the most I'm excited about is the Motorola MBP 36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with 3.5” Color LCD Screen! When I first started searching for a monitor for Mikaylee I really wanted something that was going to be reliable and advanced. There's so much to love about this monitor. The 3.5" full color LCD is perfect to see my baby sleeping away in her room without getting up and disturbing her to check to see if she's okay. If there was ever a time when I couldn't see her I would be able to zoom, tilt, or move around the camera to better see her. The LCD screen is crystal clean and there's no lines or any interruption of video (Please note that there is some distortion in my pictures, but the parent unit picture is crystal clear and that any distortion is due to taking the picture.)
Now you all know you're not going to keep lights on in your baby's room so Motorola has you covered there too! This monitor features a infrared night vision so that you can see baby in lower light levels. Some other cool features are the two way communication, 5 lullabies, room temperature display, out of range alert, support stand for wireless and a parent handheld with rechargeable battery. Talking about the features, as I mentioned the out of range warning - you can actually go up to 200 meters away, so you can freely roam the house knowing baby is safe with your handheld to view. One thing that concerned me initially was safety as it is a wireless device.. No worries though, because your unit has data encryption built-in for added security and peace of mind. I already know that the two way communication is going to benefit baby and us. If I'm up to feed baby and my husband needs to communicate anything he can just pick up the handheld, or if Mikaylee is crying I can try soothing her through the device before walking in.
Disclosure: I was sent the above item for review, but was not compensated otherwise. All opinions expressed are my own. This post contains affiliate links, meaning if you purchase the product mentioned above I will get a small percentage from the sale. Mikaylee thanks you!