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One lucky MoM Member will walk away with the brand NEW Owlet Smart Sock Plus.

To celebrate the launch of the brand NEW Smart Sock Plus, Owlet are giving one of our MoM Members the chance to win a Smart Sock Plus of their very own.

The Owlet 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. Now parents with children from 18 months to 5 years of age can use the Smart Sock Plus to monitor their child’s vitals.

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

Owlet Smart Sock Plus product image.

The redesigned Owlet Smart Sock Plus can monitor children from newborn to 5 years of age, allowing parents to track their child as soon as they leave the hospital, through to when they’re on the go toddlers and up until they’re ready for school.

The Smart Sock Plus continues to track a toddlers heart rate and oxygen levels. Parents can view their child’s metrics in real time on the Owlet App. However, if the metrics leave the pre-set zones, parents are notified on the base station and through the app. Now you can feel more confidence, more freedom and more peace of mind knowing that Owlet is here to help you keep your toddler safe.

For this competition one lucky MoM Member will have the chance to WIN an Owlet Smart Sock Plus valued at $549.99 RRP. So what are you waiting for? Enter now!

To enter, simply tell us in 50 words or less, what’s the biggest challenge transitioning from newborn life to toddler life?

Please note this competition is open from 29th October 2021 until 29th November 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. J. MacLeanNSW
  • The biggest challenge we are facing is actually transitioning our toddler from a cot to an actual bed! It’s a big transition for the whole household to adjust to not to mention the anxiety that I get fearful and worried that she may roll out.

  • Having to put up with the whinging during teething time, and always on the alert when they start to walk

  • Chasing after my little one and keeping up with her is my biggest challenge and with this awesome Owlet sock I can rest easy knowing more about my beautiful baby than ever before and keeping track of her growing body is now a breeze. What a great idea!

  • From being the crying pooing stage to the inquisitive wanting to touching and feel everything, and we now can speak and demand anything we want … it’s a new type of parenting altogether

  • Is very interesting and hard for every mum

  • Learning to let go a little bit more each day so they can be independent. Being a pregnancy loss Mumma this is so hard.

  • Having to remember to feed them solid food, not having them stay where you left them

  • Toddlers being able to get out of their beds and waking in the middle if the night to find your child staring at you

  • Lack of sleep

  • Having to be on the go ALL the time, a newborn you can duck to the loo or do the dishes with them nearby, knowing they aren’t going to empty a cupboard or the bin for you.

  • The fight against nap time abd bedtime as well as transitiining into a toddler bed.

  • Keeping an eye on them at all times, it doesnt take long for them to run off, I ducked inside for a second to grab something and went back outside and he was gone, we found him pushing his truck up the road.

  • Wanting to support their growth, development and independence and accepting that not needing mama every second is a good thing.

  • The Tantrums, i think as each year goes by, you tell yourself its going to get easier but it never seems to. Another year older just means a change of challenges and from Baby to Toddler welcome to tantrums especially when you are juggling more than one child

  • When my daughter started to walk quite early and got into everything and climbed everything. Being a first child I wasn’t ready and had to get things baby proofed quick smart.

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