Meet Owlet…

pp3 owlet-baby-home-care owlet-baby-sock pp pp5 pp1 pink-plum-pretty-sugar-robe owlet-baby-care owlet-baby-vitals-monitoringRobe: Plum Pretty Sugar | Isla’s Onsie: Ralph Lauren | Nursery Rug: Lulu and Georgia

Becoming a mama has been the best thing that has ever happened to me, but it has also been the scariest! I still remember our trip home from the hospital, Drew was driving and I was in the back seat with Isla watching her every move… Was she breathing? Was she comfortable? Was her neck in the correct position? Every tiny bump Drew hit while driving would have me all worried that it would hurt little Isla.

Then the very first night home I did not sleep AT ALL! I would shine the flashlight on my phone on Isla every few minutes to make sure she was breathing and a few times I even woke her up to make sure she was okay. I was turning into a crazy lady (that needed to get some sleep).

I don’t think I’m the only mom that has lost sleep over worrying about the well being of her baby and I know I won’t be the last!! I was introduced to Owlet when Isla was around 3 months old, I started putting the little sock on Isla each night and it gave me so much peace of mind as a new mom! I wanted to introduce all of you mamas or mamas-to-be to this amazing product, that has changed lives (click here to watch how it has).

Owlet is a smart sock that your baby wears to monitor their heart rate and oxygen level. It is the only monitor to use hospital technology called pulse oximetry that’s safe for the home. Owlet’s tested and proven technology will alert you via your iPhone and the Owlet port if your baby stops breathing or if anything becomes irregular.

To learn more about Owlet, click here.

xo, Rach

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  1. Absolutely fabulous photos … A wonderful display of love and care … I am so happy to see Princess Isla Rose and the absolute charming adorable Dasher Boy in this post. The warmest feeling to start the weekend off. :)

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  2. I am so so grateful that you posted about this! I have 2 month old twins and we have been so impressed with our Owlets. They give so much peace of mind, it is crazy! Glad you are enjoying yours and thanks for posting. Everyone with newborns and infants needs these!!! (Plus hello – love supporting local Utah companies doing amazing things!!!)

  3. Wow, this is incredible! Your description of your ride home from the hospital and first night at home sounded like I could have written it! What an incredible way for new mom’s to get some peace of mind (and some sleep!). Beautiful pictures, as always:)

  4. Rachel, You’re such a huge role model to me! Blogging has always been my dream job and today I have decided to make a blog for myself.. I hope it becomes successful like yours someday… Xoxo

  5. What a great post! I’m a newly wed and when I think about having kids the thought scares me, lol! I love kids but I am 100% sure I would be just like you checking every few minutes to see if they are OK; I guess it’s quite normal the first time. And your baby is so cute!

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  6. This is genius. I wish I had know about this last year when I had my little Isla Sopjie. I cannot tell you how much this would have eased my fears.
    Thank you so much for sharing this product. I really value your opinion as a mother on baby products.
    Also your Isla is just a doll, and I don’t think I have ever seen such a good looking pup.
    Congratulations on your little family. Motherhood looks amazing on you.

  7. I got this monitor about a week ago and have loved it!! This morning the red alert went off and I ran in and shook my 10-month-old son. He woke up and seemed fine. I was just wondering if anyone out there has had false alarms? I don’t want to say this was a false alarm, because I am not sure. My son was fine before taking him to the sitter and has acted his normal self all day. Just was wondering!

  8. Beautiful mama & baby… I can relate 100% to your story. From the car ride home to the first night! My two nights in the hospital when my daughter was born (this past November) I slept a total of six hours combined. That was only because I made my husband watch my baby girl while I napped when I could no longer stay awake. I literally just stared at her! I didn’t want her to stay in the nursery, she stayed with me the entire time. The first night home I slept NOTHING! I waited for my husband to wake so that he could take over. By the second night I was beyond exhausted and brought her into the bed with us. I remember falling asleep and waking up and literally grabbing her by her shoulders and waking her in a panic! The poor thing was so scared and started crying immediately. It was so heartbreaking to have startled her that way! I didn’t even give myself a chance to look and see if she was breathing. I broke down hysterically at the fear of something happening to my baby girl. That’s when I ordered the owlet! I can’t thank this product enough for allowing me to get the rest I also need. Sure I wake up and check her throughout the night (she sleeps in her mini crib next to me) but I know that when I am asleep I have a watchful eye on my baby at all times. Thanks for sharing your story and making us other mamas out there feel like we are not crazy & alone!

    1. Thank you! And thank you for sharing your story. Having babies can be scary but we are so lucky to have so much technology these days to keep up sane and make sure our babies are safe! And the owlet has to be one of the best products that helped calm me down just a little knowing Jackson’s levels at all times!
      xo,
      Rach

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