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Need peace of mind while bub is sleeping? Here’s your chance to WIN a baby monitor that goes above and beyond!

The Smart Sock is the first baby monitor to track your baby’s oxygen level and heart rate—the best indication of baby’s health—while they sleep. If your baby’s readings leave pre-set “safe” zones, you’ll receive a notification that lets you know your baby really needs you. Now you can feel more confidence, more freedom, and more peace of mind knowing that Owlet is here to help you keep your baby safe.

We’re giving one MoM Member the chance to WIN an Owlet Smart Sock 3 valued at $479

Since its introduction eight years ago, 96% of parents using the Smart Sock say that they’ve felt less anxious, and 94% of parents have reported better sleep quality while using the Sock on their baby.

Founded in 2015, Owlet is passionate about empowering parents with technology that enhances their parenting journey. By building intelligent technology for parents and babies, Owlet aims to give parents peace of mind and vital information, allowing them to be the best parent possible.

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This competition is for expecting/first-time mums or mums with a newborn baby between 0-18 months old.

To enter this competition, simply tell us below what’s your one special go-to trick to get bub to sleep? 

Please note this competition is open from 23rd March 2021 until 5th April 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via Facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. McKaskillQLD
  2. M. McKaskillQLD
  • If your child can’t sleep, play a video of a yoga tutorial with relaxing music.
    Baby: ‘Namaste up ALL night!’
    Me: ‘Ommmmmm no you won’t!’


  • James Taylor’s You’ve Got A Friend. I played it throughout my pregnancy and it now works a treat


  • i know its bad but when all else fails i tend to take bub to bed with me and it seems to work


  • If all else fails, I lie down with my face close to bub’s and maintain eye contact with him. Then I start doing slow blinks. When baby starts to copy, my blinks become slower and longer (as do his) until I’m left with a blissfully dozing baby. It’s pure magic!


  • I have a challenging sleeper (again!) but funnily enough, he will often go to sleep being walked while I rap the “Baby Got Back” chorus. Thanks, Friends.


  • my bub loves his back stroked so the only way I can get him to sleep is just to continuously stroke his back haha also making sure he has a full tummy helps too!


  • Singing lullabies has worked for all my children and even if they don’t fall asleep immediately, they are relaxed and so am I which makes all the difference – of course it’s not foolproof but keeping your voice gentle it seems to work in a hypnotic type of way!


  • My one special go-to trick is to play the piano or guitar. My five children were lucky enough to have a pianist for a mum and a classical guitarist for a dad and we always played our five children to sleep. We now do the same with our growing merry band of grandchildren. Beautiful music soothes the soul and sends them off to a sleep filled with magical dreams.


  • A nice warm bath and milk before bed.


  • My singing can put anyone to sleep.


  • Rocking, whether in your arms, in the pram, in the car or in a cradle, bubs love movement.


  • Driving in the car


  • I think we have a magical mobile – in desperate times we’ve found if we set the mobile to run for two sequences our boy drops off to sleep. Not sure if it’s the music or the floating animals, or simply boredom. But so far so good!


  • I love to read stories even though Bub may not understand the sound of my voice is calming before bedtime


  • Peaceful beautiful music


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