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Happy Mother’s Day: What I really want for Mother’s Day is good sleep

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When my daughters were born, I went through a variety of emotions. Like most parents, I desired the opportunity to see their every move, while at the same time, craving a level of independence for all of us. Parents toggle between these two emotions for most of their lives. It is a natural part of raising children. At the infant stage however, seeing your child’s sleep habits is a crucial aspect of the development process that cannot be overlooked. It is ideal but challenging when you are sleep in two separate areas of the house. Computer vision technology provides parents with scientifically-backed insights to better improve sleep for the entire family.

Nanit also features a top-quality mobile app experience. Parenting is the ultimate team sport, and Nanit’s private social feed allows parents and caregivers to share important information with each other anywhere, anytime. Other key features include the beautifully designed floor stand (eliminating the need for complex installations), a night light, a white noise maker, six nature soundtracks, a fully integrated cable management system, sound/motion notifications, and the best view of your baby, bar-none.

Developed by the father of a newborn, Nanit is the most advanced baby monitor ever created, using cutting-edge computer vision technology to deliver scientifically-backed insights designed to help babies and entire families sleep better. It’s the perfect item for new mothers and fathers—because what parent doesn’t want their baby to count a few more sheep each night.

I appreciated being able to monitor my daughter’s sleep. I also loved that it was not a wearable device and went beyond mere surveillance. Nanit provides comprehensive reports that measure a baby’s sleep behavior throughout the night.

After monitoring my daughter’s sleeping patterns, I was able to track what she ate in quantity before bedtime while monitoring the amount of sleep she got. It was a crucial part of the growth and development stage as well. As a former educator, I know the important of sleep and how it impacts brain function. I am grateful for a chance to monitor how my daughter sleeps. How well the baby sleeps helps me sleep much better, which is the best Mother’s Day gift of all. I am so grateful that this Mother's Day I will be given the best gift of all, a good night's sleep. Click Here to learn more about Nanit.

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