MUM TO BABY ALEXANDRA
The Angelcare Baby Monitor is worth its weight in gold. In January 2018, around 4 am, the movement monitor went off which signals that it hasn’t detected movement for 20 seconds. I jumped up pretty sharpish but expected that my 8-month-old, Alexandra, had rolled onto her side or off it. But when I got there she was flat on her back, still as a post, chest not inflating or deflating, she wasn’t actually breathing. To say my heart sank is an understatement.
I shook her chest and my little girl took this sharp, deep inhale of breath and then carried on as if nothing happened. She’s been checked over and seems ok. We’re hoping it’s a one-off and won’t happen again but there are things that can be done if it does.
I’ll be forever grateful to the person who invented Angelcare movement monitors for babies. My little one might not be here if they hadn’t.
MUM TO BABY ISLA
I love the Angelcare AC403 Monitor. My little girl was born prematurely and we were in the hospital for two weeks due to sepsis. The Angelcare baby monitor really helped to ease my anxiousness in my first few weeks at home and we’ve used it ever since.
My daughter is now 15 months old and I won’t be parting with it any time soon!