Bring home a newborn baby is always full of apprehension and worry as well as joy and relief even when your on number five!! One of the things I always worry about with my little guys is SIDS and am constantly checking on them and usually don't have them out of my site even while sleeping. I am also one of those over worried moms who feel their baby in the middle of the night just to make sure that they are breathing and all is well.
These worries are why I was super excited to be asked to join PTPA and be a Sunza Go! Brand Ambassador!
I have looked into many different monitoring options for newborns but the Snuza Go! just seemed like the best option because of its small size and portability (with no wires to worry about!). I LOVE that it goes where you go, as I often have baby sleeping upstairs during the day and then downstairs in the bedroom at night. It is also great that I can even take it out with me so if we stop to visit friends or family I can still feel better knowing that I will be warned if anything is wrong! I may be expecting baby number five to show up pretty soon but I always worry!
So what is the Snuza Go! and how does it work...
Well the Snuza Go! is a small (I was actually surprised by how small it really is! as you can see it is smaller then a Hot wheels car!) devise that clips on to your baby's diaper that monitors baby's breathing movements. It comes pre programmed to have an alarm sound after 20 seconds of no movement but this can be adjusted to 15 seconds or 18 seconds if you choose. The Sunza Go! will also alert you if your baby's movements become very weak or there are less then eight movements in one minute.
The Snuza Go! alerts you with an audible alarm as well as with movement rate indicators giving new parents peace of mind and a better sleep! It also uses a replaceable battery. I was happy to find that the unit fits well on both a disposable diaper as well as a cloth diaper as we will be using both when Baby girl arrives.
And enter below to try and Win a Sunza Go!
“Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Snuza and I received
compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”
My new little guy is due any day now. With my last baby I worried I would sleep too heavy to to the point I bought a bassinet so he could sleep in my room. -Heather McKenzie CarterReplyDelete
Yes, I did. He always slept next to me and even then I would wake up constantly to check on him.ReplyDelete
Yes! He slept next to me or on me for the first 6 weeks! It was awful!! I felt like I never slept, was a walking zombie!! I know both he & I suffered because of it!!ReplyDelete
definately did and always checked on them to make sure they were breathing now I do it again due to seizures with one of mineReplyDelete
Yes, I worried a lot. My son had an allergy that caused extra mucous to form, so it sounded raspy when he was breathing. When he was 2 days old he actually started to choke not long after I laid him down, it was terrifying. Fortunately I was still awake and he was sleeping in a bassinet beside our bed. Sleeping after that was so hard because I was worried it would happen again!ReplyDelete
Yes, I did. I would constantly check on him!ReplyDelete
i was a nervous wreck. i constantly went in to check to see if she was breathing.ReplyDelete
My son is 2 & I still worry about this! When he was first born, he slept in the bassinet next to our bed and I swear I was checking on him every 10 minutes throughout the night!ReplyDelete
I have been struggling to sleep since we brought him home :) he is 4 months now!ReplyDelete
I was constantly worried about my baby. I would sometimes just sit there with him and watch to make sure he's still breathing.ReplyDelete
my due date is aug. 8th, 2014. And with my previous children I would constantly wake during the night to check on themReplyDelete
Yes! I slept awful because I was constantly checking on her!ReplyDelete
yes! i kept checking him constantly to make sure he was still breathing...i still do!ReplyDelete
i constantly checked, and still to this day with my bigger little ones.ReplyDelete