Oct 192018

This post is sponsored by raybaby™ and The Motherhood. Although I received compensation for sharing this information with my readers, these thoughts are my own. Thank you for learning about the brands that support Motherhood Through My Eyes.

This week, the raybaby™ monitor hit Amazon, and we were one of the first to test it out. 

The non-contact sleep and breathing baby monitor allows first-time and new moms to keep an eye on their little one with an optional video feature. After trying it with our daughter, we couldn’t stop thinking of the parents of premature babies who could benefit from its use. 

What Makes raybaby Unique

Baby monitors are changing, and they’re only getting better. Combining the idea of wearable technology and video monitors, the raybaby™ product is a great addition to your baby’s registry.

“We were driven by the need to offer a non-contact vitals tracker, and our quest led us to radar technology,” as noted on the raybaby™ website. “We chose radar because of its proven success as a highly accurate vitals tracker. We were keen to have a monitor that not only tracked sleep but also respiration – one of the four vital signs in wellness tracking. This brings an accuracy of 98% to our monitor, tracking breathing even when the baby is swaddled, and even in the dark, noting minute variations.”

Made up of two components — the device and the app — the raybaby™ monitor stands out from the competition by going beyond tracking breathing patterns. The raybaby™ has a radar that
tracks chest movements — a great idea for moms who are looking to get some sleep without staying up all night to make sure their child is okay.

One of the best features on the raybaby™ monitor is the am/pm clock. You no longer have to figure out how much sleep your child is getting daily. With a user-friendly functionality, the a.m./p.m clock lets you see how much your little one slept throughout the day. This feature will come in handy during your doctor’s appointments.

According to the raybaby™ website, the monitor combines the advantages of a video monitor with wellness tracking without contact. “Its technology renders it highly sensitive to even minute variations, and its AI-powered platform interprets all the data to help new parents form better routines.” 

Getting Started With raybaby™

Without the need to purchase or install batteries, the raybaby™ can be easily set up and installed for use practically right out of the box!  All you need is an outlet, and you’re ready to go! 

If you prefer using the video optional feature of the raybaby™, you’ll notice there’s a memory manager that is generated every 24 hours. You will receive a notification from the app at 8:30 am with a collage of your baby’s previous day. 

Here’s a screenshot of the raybaby™ app. 

Through the app’s smart journal feature, you’ll have access to your baby’s health, sleep and their overall day.

How cool is that?

Being able to monitor our baby’s progress from our phone doesn’t mean we don’t keep her close. In fact, while she’s on the couch taking a nap, we’re practically arm’s length working on things around the house. 

It’s been helpful while meeting deadlines for clients. 

We shared an image of it on Instagram, and it’s been getting eyes from other parents as well. 

This is how we get work done these days. With a sleeping baby and two playful boys.

The Perfect Gift For First-Time Parents

Our youngest is days away from turning seven months, and although having third has been a blessing, we’ve decided to not have any more children. 

Posting about the raybaby™ on social media triggered some reactions from our followers. Mainly from other moms, but one really stood out.

We got word from a long-time friend that their cousin just had their first baby and that they stay up throughout the night tracking their little one’s breathing pattern. As a mom of three who has been there, I know how important it is to get rest at night.

This holiday season, we’re sending out our raybaby™ to her cousin so we can gift her with some sleep. There’s nothing more stressful than being a first-time parent, but I strongly believe in helping someone else get through tough times.

After all, we’re in this together, right?

For more information on the technology used in the raybaby™ monitor, click here

Is there someone you know who could use a raybaby™ monitor? Tell me about it below!

Fatima Torres

What's life like with three kids and two pups? It's entertaining, that's for sure! MTME breaks down family fun ideas and shares personal insights from a former B2B editor and digital marketer turned mom running a business and a household -- all under one roof. With her husband as her #1 fan, there isn't anything she can't accomplish. Read on to learn how she breathes in fire and exhales success.

Reader Comments

  1. I know someone who will be a first time mum next year who could do with this 🙂 I love how it tracks chest movements too, looks like a great product :3

  2. This sounds like the next step further in baby monitoring devices. I don’t have children but I have a friend who does so I will recommend this to her, I am sure she will find it very useful

  3. This sounds like something I would use regularly due to it’s safety purposes.I’ll definitely have to check it out now. Thanks so much for the review!

  4. Today it has become much concern for every working women about how to look after their new borns and toddlers during working hours. One just can’t rely on the nannys about their baby’s safety and security so Raybaby is doing great job in this matter.

  5. This sounds like a really great device. I remember when I had my first child, I was literally watching over him at night to see his chest movement. This definitely would’ve made life easier. I’m definitely going to recommend it to friends and family members. Thanks!

  6. this would be so handy for moms and new parents. Love technology and what you can do with it these days. also love the colours of it.

  7. They didn’t have kind of technology like this for parents when our kids were babies, mind you we didn’t have the internet either. This would provide parents some peace of mind for sure.

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