A Baby Monitor Built for Twins, Multiple Babies and Multiple Cameras
We made the switch from an audio baby monitor to a video baby monitor when our twins were born. The house where we lived when they were born had the kids' bedrooms on a separate floor from the master, so I felt more comfortable being able to see them with a camera. We moved houses shortly after they were born, but I was quickly hooked on video.
When the twins transitioned from a shared crib to two separate cribs, we switched to two cameras, and that's when we started to appreciate the power of the Motorola Video Baby Monitor. We easily hooked up two cameras, saw them separately on the monitor and was able to toggle views between them.
Then, we had our fourth baby. The twins were still very little and in cribs, so we need to have a third camera and the ability to toggle between all three of them. Fortunately, this Motorola monitor was made to handle up to four cameras, and it took on the extra work without issue. We ordered an additional camera and have been looking at all three cameras day and night ever since.
The monitor is very easy to install and use. I can talk to the kids through the monitor, and I can always hear and see them, which makes late-night check-ins much easier. I highly recommend it for parents of multiples or young children close in age.
Motorola MBP36S Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with 3.5 inch Color LCD Screen, Remote Camera Pan, Tilt and Zoom, $100, Amazon
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