Time flies when you’re having fun.
It’s been almost three months since iBaby Labs had Christmas photo contest where we were giving away three iBaby monitors. Today we are checking in with one of our winners, Lisa Weeks, on her experience with iBaby Monitor M6.
Lisa lives with her boyfriend, their 10-month-old daughter and two dogs in sunny California. The family leads a healthy, eco-conscious lifestyle, which includes eating organic, non-GMO foods and choosing cloth diapers for the baby. Lisa is a full-time stay-at-home mom and likes gardening, playing with the baby and doggies, as well as thrifting at local stores and yard sales.
Lisa’s journey with iBaby Labs began when she discovered a giveaway on our Facebook page. Since the rules were to post a Christmas themed family photo, and her niece had just taken one a week before that, she decided to participate. Little did she know that she will be one of the giveaway winners!
When the baby monitor arrived, Lisa and her boyfriend were impressed with its sleek design and its ability to fit any room décor. It didn’t take them long to get used to the monitor and enjoy its help. Usually Lisa uses it to take a sneak peek at her daughter while she is sleeping. That allows her to be able to engage in other activities, such as cooking and gardening with a peaceful mind. She also swears it helps her daughter keep her zen while she is playing by herself – Lisa does not have to come in checking on her and disturb her fun.
Like many parents who use wireless baby monitors, Lisa is also concerned with baby monitors’ security. Luckily for iBaby monitor users, we provide a triple security to avoid such incidents. We also encourage all users to read more here about what steps can be taken to enhance your baby monitor security.
iBaby Labs is happy that it can bring one more family together anytime, anywhere with its wireless baby monitor. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about our products, find parenting advice and take part in our giveaways.
Photo credit: Lavay Photography