Keep an Eye on Your Newborn or Toddler With a Baby Monitor From Rexing

As a new parent, you’re always worried about your child’s safety, especially when they are sleeping. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) affects 1 in 1,000 babies annually in the United States. It typically affects children from one month to one years old. Although the threat of SIDS decreases as children get older, there are still hazards that can affect a toddler.

There are so many things that can happen in a split second with small children. Take for instance a few years ago when a couple of toddlers were playing in their room in Utah. A dresser fell over on one of the toddlers and luckily, his kid brother was able to help rescue him.

While a baby monitor won’t prevent everything, it just may save your child’s life. Rexing allows you to keep an eye on your baby or your toddler using their baby monitor so that you can prevent hazardous situations from harming your children.

Make sure that your babies or your children are safe as they sleep or play using the Rexing baby monitor. Click the image below to get started with the proper security equipment you need from Rexing. You can find the baby monitor under home security on the Rexing site.

Disclaimer: I use and recommend the affiliate products that I promote but I must disclose that I do have a monetary arrangement with these affiliates and I make money from promoting affiliate products.

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Image of a toddler being watched by a Baby Monitor © Tetiana Soares | Dreamstime.com


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