Remember how I had Atticus sleeping through the night by two months and thought I was super mom? I was like.. oh yeah this mom thing? Such a cinch! Lol. Rosie started sleeping through the night pretty early on and then had sleep regression and took a few months to go back to normal! It was pretty horrible and she would wake up every couple hours all night long for a few months. During that time period we realized she needed to be in her own room because with her sleeping right next to me I would jump out of bed if I even heard her stir. It took me about 6 months to be okay with Atticus in his own room and same for Rosie! It just comforts me having them right next to me so I can wake up and hear them breathing and see them. But it was making me an actual crazy person with all the sleep I was missing so it was definitely TIME.
Anyways, when we decided to put her in her own room the first couple nights I was still waking up going to check on her and we realized that defeats the purpose so we got her an Owlet monitor. My brother in law and sis in law got one for their little boy who was born early and one night it went off and said his oxygen was low. They took him to the hospital and he ended up needing to stay there for a bit. It is nice for us knowing the Owlet was there for them when they needed it most. Anyways, since then I had been meaning to get one for peace of mind since I am such a worrier and with the transition into Ro’s own room it has made the last month so much better. The Owlet sock monitors your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep and is an extra set of eyes on your little one. Owlet’s technology is designed to alert you on your smartphone and the Owlet Base Station. You can learn more about it, here! PLUS, we love our Owlet so much and want to make sure everyone can experience the peace of mind it brings—so you can get $20 off your Owlet just by clicking here.
Happy sleeping mamas! xo
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