Tésa from 2 Wired 2 Tired blog talks about her personal frustrating experience with audio monitors of previous generations. If you are trying to make up your mind on getting a baby monitor, read her review to see what three things she loves about iBaby Monitor M6. ‘It will soon be on every new or expecting parent wish list if it’s not already’, predicts Lisa.
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Kids love winter for a reason: it is the time for Christmas gifts, eggnog and events that only happen in winter. If Nutcracker somehow did not make it to your wintery to-do list, you can still take your child out on the ultimate winter date to watch a game of hockey.
To prepare yourself and your child for the first game of the season, consider the following:
Age: while there are no age restrictions when it comes to watching the game, your child will probably most enjoy one if he is at least four years old. You can go over the simplified rules of the game ahead of time to make sure your kid gets the best of his experience. Some hockey enthusiasts even take babies to the game – and they might just sleep through the periods. However, if you want to play it safe, leave your baby with a sitter (check on the baby through a baby monitor app on your smart phone during the intermission).
Clothes: your child will be extra happy if he can wear a real hockey jersey! You can buy one online in advance to find a cheaper option compared to the ones that will be sold on the spot. Remember that it will most probably be cold on the rink, so have a scarf, hat and gloves along with a coat ready if your child gets cold. Consider bringing a warm drink, such as tea in a thermos bottle.
Time: definitely come ahead of time to thoroughly enjoy the experience. You may want to spend extra minutes not only to buy some snacks and get to the seat but also walk around the rink. Show your child the photos of the players on the walls, the cameramen, the team mascots, and teach him the word ‘zamboni’ – it might come handy when your child plays that trivia game!
iBaby Labs is pleased to announce that the new iBaby Monitor M6T is now available exclusively at Babies R Us. The new monitor’s features are similar to those of iBaby Monitor M6 with added humidity and temperature control. The new monitor retails for $249.99.
We are as much excited about the future as Bloomberg Businessweek is! With the nascent of the Internet of Things, prospects seems bright for iBaby monitors in smart homes. Stay tuned for the most recent updates and give this article a read in the meanwhile.