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Two Room Baby Monitor - 3 Things to Consider When Buying One If you have more than one young child that needs to be monitored while you're not in the room, it pays for you to invest in a two room baby monitor. This is a great innovation because before this, parents had to make the decision of either not monitoring there older child, even though they were still at an age were anything could happen to them in there sleep. Or they would have to purchase two single room monitors that don't interfere with each other (which could be a challenge since most baby monitors use similar frequencies). Luckily there is now a third and better choice: the two room baby monitor. The basic premise is that there are two reception devices that can be placed in two separate rooms, along with at least one viewing monitor for the parents. Since these baby monitoring systems are designed specifically for two rooms, the are programmed to use two different frequencies that won't interfere with the other. 3 Things To Consider When Buying A Two Room Baby Monitor: 1. Double parent monitoring units. A nice feature to look for when buying these dual room systems is to not only have two monitors in each of the children's rooms, but also to have two parents monitors as well. This feature gives you the option of having one of the parent monitors in the kitchen and the other in the backyard, if you're working back and forth between two places. A few popular brands have a large LCD screen that is stationary along with a smaller portable (handheld) parental monitor that Mom or Dad can carry around with them. 2. Adjustable time and volume. The ability to adjust the time between frames of the monitor is also a very nice feature. Meaning, you can set up the monitoring system to switch back and forth between the 2 child monitors, and you set the time at which the switch occurs. You can set the monitor for the younger child to stay on that frame for a longer time than the older child. This allows you to keep an eye on the more fragile child for longer lengths. 3. Sound and light. If you're working in the kitchen with the sink on, or vacuuming the family room floor, there is a chance that you will not here the cries coming from the babies room. This problem is rectified by buying a monitor that lights up when it hears a sound coming from your babies room. These three things to consider when purchasing a two room baby monitor are just a few options that will give you added peace of mind while your tending to your usual daily tasks. If you need to keep an eye on more than one child than the purchase of this dual room baby monitoring system is a no brainer, as you can't possibly get the same benefit from a single room unit (or two single room units which most likely will interfere with each other). About the author: For an in depth comparison of the best baby video monitor products on the market today (like the two room baby monitor), including feedback from real customers, visit Source:

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9 Responses to “Multi Room Baby Monitor”
February 21, 2012 at 9:19 am baby monitors for 2 different rooms? I’m having a baby in Feb and my son will be just over 2. I like using a monitor with him still so that I can be outside and not have to pop my head in at night or during naps to make sure he’s ok. But how can I do this with 2 kids in 2 different rooms? The only multi-room monitor I’ve found is by graco, and the reviews aren’t very good for it. Not good enough to spend $130 on it. But I can’t put 1 kind in 1 room and 1 in another because they’ll just go to static. Anyone else find a way around this problem? Reply

March 24, 2012 at 6:43 am I have a video monitor by Summer. My sister in law has the same one. When she comes to vist she brings the camera part and we can watch both on the monitor by switching from A to B. You would need one monitor and two cameras. They are expensive though, I think like $150.00. Reply

March 9, 2012 at 8:30 am What should I put on my baby registry? So far I have Baby Wipes Warmer Diaper Pail Diapers Wipes About 9 recieving blankets 1 Keep me dry crib pad 2 multi use quilt keep me dry pads Destin Hamper Mobile 6 piece crib bedding set Travel System Burp rags Scratch mittens clothes Pack N Play High Chair Humidifier Also, she will be in the same room as me so dont need a baby monitor Reply

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April 6, 2012 at 9:31 pm Multi room baby monitor, or just 2 regular monitors? I have a 15 month old and a regular baby monitor right now. But I am pregnant and wondering what to do when the new baby comes. Should I get a multi-room monitor (one that I can hear both babies simultaneously, not switching back and forth from channel to channel), or just get another monitor and use two? Also, if I get another monitor, will there be interference? Reply

May 8, 2012 at 1:10 am highnlow – i really hope you don’t have kids

I would if possible get a multi room. Im not sure if two seperate would interfere Reply

April 17, 2012 at 10:36 am help the unexperience choose a german shepherd breeder? I’M planning on getting my german shepherd soon and this time from a reputable breeder. Now, im very inexperienced when it comes to stuff like that and i’ve only started reading about german shepherds of course i have plenty of time until my new baby arrives, so i should be fine. The task of finding a reputable and TRUSTWORTHY breeder on the internet is .. well, kind of confusing, i mean i really cannot spot who’s legit and who’s just a backyard breeder or someone whos only in it for the money. This is where you come in, I’m really liking this breeder over here: For those of you who are afraid to click the link for whatever reason here are some quote, please help me determine whether i should proceed with it or not. ” We are very proud of our “kids”. Here are some of their accomplishments: AGILITY TITLED RCMP CERTIFIED SEARCH AND RESCUE DOGS MULTI SCHUTZHUND HIGH IN TRIAL MULTI CKC “HIGH IN TRIAL” CKC TRACKING DOGS SCHUTZHUND TITLED DOGS CKC OBEDIENCE TITLES CKC CHAMPIONS WORKING CERTIFIED POLICE DOGS CITY BYLAW DOG THERAPY DOGS PRISON VISIT DOGS ASSISTANCE DOGS PERSONAL ASSISTANCE DOGS A CALENDAR BOY AND THE BEST FAMILY COMPANIONS We were the only certified civilian search and rescue dog team in Canada to have been Certified for 13 years consecutively, with two of our dogs, owner trained and handled, Scandal and Sheena. ” “All of our dogs are OFA or OVC certified clear of hip and elbow dysplasia. All puppies will be CKC registered, micro-chipped, tattooed, de-wormed, vaccinated, vet checked and come with a written guarantee, as well as 6 weeks insurance. You will also receive a 5 generation pedigree along with a photo album, lots of fun info on puppy stuff and a health record of the puppy. We provide continuous after sales support and assistance to all of our shepherds and puppy buyers. ” ” Our puppies are born in our house where we can constantly watch over and monitor their growth and development. We have a video camera in the whelping room so we can watch the mother and puppies without always disturbing them. There is also a live cam so that people anywhere in the world can go on the internet 24/7 and watch the puppies play and grow. Once they are 5-6 weeks old, they are allowed to be outside in our big covered kennel runs so they get to interact with the adult dogs and see the big wide world. We believe that lots of handling, attention, love and socializing is essential for our pups. We spend many hours walking down Main street Courtenay and standing in front of busy stores with our pups! ” Does this sound ok? this breeder is in fact fairly close me .. i can drive there in roughly 4-5 hrs …. they’ve also posted videos on youtube which is why im more keen to this breeder than any others Reply

April 18, 2012 at 4:59 pm They produced at least one solid obedience dog: Broomeacres Fated Glory Reply

May 24, 2012 at 11:57 am Very detailed situation, I desperately need adivice!? I’m currently 35+ weeks pregnant with a little girl. My husband and I live with his parents. They’ve got a 5 bedroom 3 bathroom house, multi-level. It’s plenty big enough for all of us to fit comfortably in here! My husband and I moved out on our own one time before, so we bought furniture and applicances, etc. We didn’t want to rent a storage shed, so we just have the stuff we don’t use put in both of the downstairs bedrooms. We have our bed in the downstairs living room. It’s big enough for us. It’s like a personal studio, with access to a kitchen upstairs. I recently cleaned out one of the bedrooms where we kept some things we weren’t using. Now everything of ours is stored in one bedroom while the other one is completely cleaned out. I wish to make the clean bedroom my daughters nursery. I’m not trying to get too comfortable, but let’s face it, I’m gonna want my sleep after she gets here! I don’t want a crying baby waking me up all the time. That’s what baby monitors are for, right? lol Well my mother in law is telling me that I need to make her nursery be in the other bedroom. The one that now has all our unused but keepable items in it. I’m frustrated a bit. It might be the fact that she speaks fluent spanish and I speak very very little spanish, but I’ve tried explaining everything to her. She’s also really nosey. My sister in law (husbands sister, aka mother in-laws daughter) told me that when she had her daughter (6+ years ago) her mom told her how to hold her baby, what she should dress her in, when she should change her diaper, etc. I don’t want that! I’ve taken college courses majoring toward early childhood education, so I pretty much have the basics covered by now! lol Plus I helped my blood sister raise her son from the time he was born until he was 3. So I’ve pretty much got it covered… My mother in-law still insists that I do everything she tells me because “it will be better for the baby”…

Yeah, I think my mother instincts are going to be what’s in the best of interest for the baby and I! It’ll surely cut off the stress if she just let’s me try things my way. I only get to be a first time mom ONCE! If I mess it up, it’s my fault, I’ll pay for the consequences. (doubt there will be too many though). I’ve told my husband how his mother makes me feel. She doesn’t think I know how to take care of a baby let alone myself! : How would you handle this? Advice is needed here. Reply

May 31, 2012 at 9:56 pm If you’ve told your husband how you feel, I think he needs to sit down with her (especially if there is a language barrier) and explain that even though you are living with them, she is crossing boundaries, and you’re not comfortable with it. It’s perfectly fine to offer a little advice every once in a while but flat out telling someone else how to care for their baby is inappropriate and rude (in my opinion), regardless of whether it’s a grandparent-to-be. If she’s insisting that her way will be “better for baby”, maybe just say something that makes it clear that YOU know what’s best for your baby, and you will handle things the way you see fit. Good luck and congrats on your little girl! Reply

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