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  1. We are in the same stage though she hasn’t tried to climb out (yet.) This would also be great when transitioning to a big bed and keeping track when they get up (and perhaps get into mischief!)

  2. Wow! That is so cool! I bet it scared the daylights out of her at first.

  3. When we got a vocal command camera, Red would DIVE back in the bed,too. He was a little afraid of the random voice. But now, he’s used to it. He talks back to us 🙂 🙂 He’s in a toddler bed now, and when we get to the new house, it’s a big bed… I need that mattress!

  4. Richard Hicks says:

    The camera really helped to solve the problem. Glad it is working for you!

  5. Mine aren’t in cribs but I still do the exact same thing. It’s soooo handy not having to run to their room and put them back to bed!

  6. HAHA, she turned three and was like, OK I’m over this thing, I’m out! I just love this monitor. I never thought I needed the temperature gauge but Peanuts room gets really cold or hot easily and it alerted me when the heater in her room malfunctioned and got too hot. I think I’m going to get another unit for the big girls room too!

  7. We do the same thing for our daughter. One way to curb the climbing- we turned her crib around! The shortest part faces the back and she can’t get out.
    But thank GOD for video monitors with communication enabled.

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