We are a connected family; there is no doubt to that. The one thing we’re missing is a robotic butler, but until that becomes a reality, I guess we’ll have to get by with the technology overload with which we currently survive. Honestly, how did people survive before technology?! Remember that scene in Terms of Endearment when Shirley MacLaine pinches her baby to make sure she’s still awake? Poor baby. Where was the Kodak CFH-BVA10 Baby Monitoring System then?
The look of the new Kodak CFH-BVA10 is sleek, modern, and sure to fit the decor of any home. And, we all know that Kodak is a trusted name, so already I figured this was going to be as good as it gets.
I travel frequently as a blogger and in June, my husband and I will headed to Ireland. I couldn’t have imagined being able to be so connected to our kids so we don’t worry at all about leaving them behind. But, having peace of mind in the form of being able monitor a live stream of video through my smartphone, tablet or desktop anywhere in the world certainly doesn’t hurt.
We set ours up in our LuLaRoe room while we were working so we could see the 180° visual feedback; as you can see, it captures a full 180° view of our mess. Not bad.
Baby monitors aren’t just for babies; in my house, we use it to monitor the kids when they play downstairs so we know they’re not picking on each other or giving each other ridiculously stupid dares. Yes, we know that happens, kids. We invented that!
The Kodak CFH-BVA10 allows you to keep an eye and an ear on your baby (or fighting kids) when you’re not in the room. The 2-way audio feature allows you to talk to your baby no matter where you are in the house.
The video feature allows you to see, hear, and talk to baby from anywhere in the world. The crib sensor allows you to monitor the activity in a crib remotely, meaning you can stay connected to the places important to you wherever you are . The crib sensor allows you to “keep an eye” on your baby’s crib and monitor the comfort level of the baby’s room.
WHAT?! That is amazing! It even features a soft nightlight and you can turn on white noise to play in their room to help lull baby to sleep.
We had a little trouble getting it connected at first, and getting it to stay connected reliably, but we suspect that has more to do with our unreliable internet provider than it does the Kodak system and app.
For more information on the Kodak CFH-BVA10 Baby Monitoring System, check it out online. It operates via the Tend Baby App which is a free download for iOS or Android devices. The app also helps you log your baby’s sleep patterns, jot down important notes like the time of your last feeding, or set alerts. Yeah, I know!