Back in 2009, I had the opportunity to babysit for a sweet family with a 2.5 year old boy.
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Usually that meant he needed a diaper change, to be honest.
So I’d go check on him, change his diaper, and remind him to lie down in his bed.
Other times, a sound-only monitor would’ve had me opening the door to check on him unnecessarily!
Sometimes it was a bit loud in there, but he was just lying in bed telling his stuffed animal a story. It’s just far too useful to be able to have that little bit of extra information.
This conviction was solidified when I nannied for another family who had sound-only monitors.
There were so many times I had to peek in because of a sound when it would have been perfectly fine (but I couldn’t know until I peeked! and the door closing, or the tiny bit of change in light, or the sound of a floorboard squeaking would wake up the child…
I tried to convince the parents to buy a video monitor but they didn’t understand what they were missing, so they stuck with audio-only.
I researched and researched, and in 2009, when I was looking at these, there were not as many options as there are now.
I really wanted one with two cameras so that I could have one on the cosleeper in our room (when Anneliese was tiny she slept in there for naps, and at night) and one on her bed in her room (after a couple of months, we had her taking occasional naps in her room, and later, she started the night in her room too). I read a LOT of reviews of a LOT of cameras, and ended up settling on the Safe Baby video monitor with 2 cameras (5, but no longer being made).