Posted: Friday, September 3, 2010 --- 8:22am
Funmi wonk-a-loo and her husband just had their second baby this month.
She says, "we have a 2-year-old daughter and we have a 4-week-old daughter, she'll be a month on friday."
As a busy working mom... Funmi says being in two places at once would be ideal... But since she can't... She started using ibaby video.
"because it's a web cam we were just able to clip it to the top of the bassinet."
All you need is a webcam and an online membership... And you have access to your baby 24-7.
Leslie thompson from ibaby video says, "it took many many months... Many months to develop ibaby video, in part because of some of the technology challenges."
Unlike most baby monitors... Ibaby video streams online... So that means you can watch it anywhere you can get an internet connection.
And it's not just live... The monitor will also record for 2 minutes when it senses motion or sound.
"and that way you can go back and see what woke up the baby, was there something in particular that caused the baby to move or make a sound."
You can also share the video with loved ones far away.
Funmi says she's already doing that.
"i've actually sent both my mother and my mother-in-law logins so they can access it so they'll be able to watch their granddaughter too."
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