“You oughta be in pictures, you’re wonderful to see”. It seems like everyone in Hollywood is pregnant these days. From the recent congratulations given to Jessica Beal and Justin Timberlake to the arrival of baby Wyatt to Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, Hollywood babies are everywhere. Here’s a sample of celebrity babies that have arrived to the delight of celebrity photographers;
Four-time MVP winner LeBron James and his wife Savannah Brinson welcomed their third child (and first girl) Zhuri James, on October 22, 2014.
Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle welcomed their new baby girl into the world, Alena Rose Jonas on February 2nd, 2014.
The lovely Megan Fox and her husband Brian Austin Green now have a second son; Bodhi Ransom Green was brought into the world on February 13, 2014.
One of the most handsome couples in Los Angeles, Gwen Stefani and her husband Gavin Rossdale said hello to their third son on February 28th, Apollo Bowie Flynn.
The ever charming Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski said hello to their new addition Hazel on February 16, 2014.
With all of the new parents out there, manufacturers of baby monitors are trying hard to keep up. Fortunately there is a plethora of baby monitors to choose from, from the most basic hand-held devices to hand-free wireless with video.
Motorola has a new offering with the MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor, and it’s receiving good reviews. This baby monitor features a large 3.5 inch screen for viewing baby, infrared night vision so you can see baby while they’re sleeping, a video remote pan so you can adjust the view, a tilt and a zoom feature, a very sensitive microphone and even pre-recorded lullabies to help baby fall asleep.
As a mother I can tell you how important it is to be able to see your baby while they are sleeping. The night vision on this unit is excellent and I can see my baby breathing as she’s sleeping! I keep the volume up loud since I’m a light sleeper and usually wear earplugs at night; this has never been a problem with this monitor. On the nights when I am without earplugs I can turn the volume down very low and still hear my little one breathing through the monitor. The pan feature is really nice since my baby does not stay in one spot all night; I am able to move the view remotely and still see her, no matter which corner she’s balled up in.
The Motorola MBP36 is a bit on the expensive side, but well worth the cost. I can walk around the house, use the bathroom, and even take a nap secure with the knowledge that I can hear my baby at all times. The connectivity is great and we’ve never needed to raise the antenna, even with the baby upstairs and us being downstairs. It is also very easy to set up and use, with is a plus since I’m not a “technology type” person.
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