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A Night in the Life of an Owlet Parent

Here’s a first look at what’s coming up on the Owlet blog. Starting tomorrow, January 1, 2016 (can you believe the New Year is here?!) we will be posting “A Night in the Life” story every day for the month of January. These posts are written by real parents who want to share their day-to-day experience using the Owlet Monitor.

“A Night in the Life” campaign is meant to give our readers a real-life view into what it’s like to have an Owlet. We know a lot of parents want to hear experiences from real parents who use the monitor every night. So we called on all of our Owlet family and asked a few of them to write about their experience with the Owlet.

Some are first-time parents, some have multiple children, some have a baby born prematurely, and there’s even one mom who’s using the monitor without a smartphone. But no matter the different stories, they are all real parents who are sharing this special time in their life with us.

Tune in the blog every day in January to hear from some of our Owlet parents and take a peek into the life with an Owlet.

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Hear, see and know your baby is okay from anywhere. The Owlet Smart Sock + Cam is the first baby monitor system ever to track your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while streaming video and audio to your phone.

Stay informed of your baby’s needs with proactive heart rate and oxygen level notifications. Parents can see live readings using Owlet’s app, but can also use the information to understand their baby’s overall wellness.

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2 thoughts on “A Night in the Life of an Owlet Parent

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Clarisa

If I purchased this version and the android compatible version comes out, will I be able to update my “old” version to work with my android? Or, will I have to purchase a whole new monitor?

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Jane Putnam

Hi Clarisa! Yes, when the Android version comes out, it will be compatible with existing Owlet Monitors.

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