Baby   monitors  are not all about keeping your  baby  safe and making sure nothing is wrong you know. They are also about experiencing all you can from the developmental stages of your child’s infancy. You will always remember when they said their first words or took their first steps, but there are other occasions, perhaps not always considered as this monumental, that are also very significant in building a picture of your child as they grow.

Building a picture?

Yes, building a picture is a little more literally possible than you might first think. There are video  baby   monitors  out there on the market today that can also take still images of your child from the camera in the same room and display them on the screen so that you, the parent, monitor them on. This is a wonderful idea to capture those moments that you just don’t want to disturb by entering the child’s room; who knows, you might just capture the first time they stand on their own or take a step? You can use the monitor to display the images when your child doesn’t require monitoring.

Video  baby   monitors 

Now we’ve all entered into the digital age, the digital video  baby   monitor  appears to be the thing that most parents are buying to look after the safety and security of their children. The features on the majority of these cameras are absolutely astounding these days and many of them include the following:

  • Colour screens
  • Full audio
  • Recording functionality
  • Night vision
  • Split screen monitors that allow the addition of other camera for different angles or different rooms
  • Temperature sensors

And numerous other features, on what is becoming an innumerable amount of different digital  baby   monitors .

Isn’t it spying on your child?

No it isn’t at all, and you have to ask yourself this question: do you ever ask your baby if they mind of you take their photo? No, of course not, they’re your baby and they don’t even know about what’s going on. Everyone watches their children and play and when they try to develop new skills etc, it’s part of growing up, and not only is it important to keep an eye on your baby’s safety, it’s also important to watch how they play and interact with things to better develop their socialising and reasoning skills.

Look after your child and keep an eye on their development at the same time with a video  baby   monitor .



Source by Babies & Kiddos

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