Peace of mind with Levana

This post is sponsored by Levana. Opinions are my own.

Levana Baby Movement Monitor

Did you know that SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) is the leading cause of death among infants age 1 month to 1 year old?

It’s a terrifying thought, and one that undoubtedly lingers on the minds of parents of infants everywhere. I know that I worried myself into a frenzy at times when my babies were smaller, because SIDS made me feel helpless.

While SIDS is unpredictable, there are steps parents can take to reduce their infants’ risk. One way is by using this incredible product from Levana called the Oma+ Baby Movement Monitor.

Levana Baby Movement Monitor

I had the opportunity to check out the Oma+ Movement Monitor from Levana (retails for $99), and you can see the product in action in the video below. Wouldn’t you love to be alerted whens something goes wrong?

I wouldn’t hesitate to clip this device on my newborn. The piece that touches baby’s skin is soft, and the device is sensitive enough to detect important changes.

Exhaustion can be a major issue for parents with a baby in the home, particularly newborns. Being able to rest when baby rests is so important, and having the peace of mind that Levana Baby Movement Monitors offer is really priceless.

All of Levana’s baby movement monitors are digital and wireless, eliminating the risk of cord strangulation—which is definitely another great point. Levana also exclusively manufactures baby monitors, which us to focus wholly on perfecting their products—love that.

Cutest Sleeping Baby Sweepstakes from Levana

Levana is also hosting a fun Cutest Sleeping Baby Contest. You could win an Ovia video monitor with two cameras and an Oma+ movement monitor! Be sure to swing by the contest page and enter to win today.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Levana. The opinions and text are all mine.

Crissy Page

Hi, I'm Crissy, the founder and editor of Parent Pretty. I'm a 30-something mom from Ohio who loves photography, my two beautiful children, and Diet Coke. You might recognize me from my main blog, Dear Crissy. You can also find me on Twitter @Crissy.

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