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One lucky MoM Member will have the chance to WIN the brand new Owlet Smart Sock 3.

More than a million parents trust Owlet with helping them keep their babies safe. The award-winning Smart Sock goes beyond the capabilities of any other baby monitor to tell you the things that really matter, and let you know when your baby really needs you! That’s why we’re so excited to be teaming up with Owlet for this competition, so you have the chance to win the latest edition of the Smart Sock.

Owlet’s all-new Sock is the third of its kind and smarter than ever. The Smart Sock 3 is the successor to the award-winning Smart Sock 2 and 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.

Most baby monitors only allow you to monitor your Baby in a fixed location, what’s great about the Smart Sock 3 is that it provides accurate insights into Baby’s wellness while they sleep anywhere in your home, within 100 feet of the Base Station. 

Whether your baby is wiggly, or you prefer to use a safe-sleep approved bassinet with motion, our latest Sock has been redesigned to keep tracking through gentle motion. 

If your baby’s oxygen level or heart rate leave preset “safe” zones, the Sock will immediately notify you on the Base Station and in the Owlet App to let you know when your baby really needs you. It goes beyond outdated technology by using established pulse-oximetry technology, proven to be both safe and accurate. Owlet’s newest Sock works for babies between 2 and 13 kgs. so you can use it earlier and longer too!

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For this competition we will be giving away 1 x Smart Sock 3, the latest iteration of Owlet’s award-winning Smart Sock, with an RRP of $479.99.

Are you as excited as us about this competition? Here’s how to enter …

Simply tell us in 50 words or less about your most sleep deprived moment, for your chance to WIN!

We can’t wait to see all your amazing entries … we know that sleep deprivation is real!!

Good luck mums xx

Please note this competition is open from 22nd October 2020 until 20 November 2020 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.

  • 3 year old twins and a new born who was an Angel in hospital decide to cluster feed from 2am to 7am once we got home! I’d go to bed around midnight and be up at 7am to get the twins to ELC….so…basically no sleep! Lol

  • When I had my firstborn I remember being so sleep deprived that once when he was crying in the middle of the night I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to breastfeed from him or him from me LMAO oh goodness that memory still cracks me right up!!

  • I got up one morning to feed the kids and the dog. The kids got beef flavoured kibble and the dog really enjoyed his froot loops!

  • Hello!
    I don’t have Facebook, so I can’t like it :(
    The most sleep deprived moment was the moment before my baby was diagnosed with mild laringomalaysia & I would stay awake almost all night watching him struggle ????

  • My labour was 3 sleepless day and nights followed by a week in Nicu standing by the little ones bed.

  • As a single mum of a 3month old with reflux and colic who wakes every 2 hours, every moment even more so due to my anxiety of making sure bub is still alive while sleeping

  • When I put orange juice on my cereal and proceeded to eat it and nearly choked.

  • I finished a full grocery shopping trip, then put the baby into her car seat and drove away — leaving all of the groceries in the trolley in the carpark, I quickly went back to the shops and someone luckily brought it up to the service counter.

  • Having my little bubs in special care, going to the hospital at all hours of the day and night to care for him!

  • Locking myself out of the house and needing hubby to come and save me

  • G‑d made the human upright, unlike the animal who walks on all fours. While the beast sees only the earth, man can also look up toward the heavens.

  • My little one is learning to climb on everything. This last week she has fallen over and hit her head twice. Constantly looking at our current monitor and going in there to check on her

  • my most recent bad one was when my puppy pug willough had swallowed a chicken bone in the middle of the night. SCARY

  • I was massive in my late pregnancy. I was pregnant in Darwin and between the heat and the size of me I got no sleep at all. I napped on the couch with my feet in a bucket of ice water.

  • My sleep-deprived time happened in ’93, the hitman came at me hard and fast and his knife entered my throat severing my main artery while strapped in the drivers seat of my vehicle, I was forced to stay awake in full mediation, if I slept I would be dead.

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