This easing new parent anxiety with the owlet smart sock 3 blog post is sponsored by Owlet. I was given the Owlet Smart Sock 3 in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own. I would never recommend a product I didn’t truly use and love.

After losing Baby A I have had a lot of anxiety about something happening to Boston. I was really worried during my pregnancy. I loved doctor visits for extra reassurance he was okay and was always wondering if he was okay. Now that he is here I am still just as anxious about making sure he is safe, especially when he is sleeping. That’s why I am so excited to be able to use Owlet’s latest version of their Smart Sock. This is version 3 and it has changed the way Kyle and I sleep since we started using it with Boston.

The Smart Sock 3 allows me to feel so much more confident and helps me sleep better knowing that it is tracking Boston’s oxygen levels and heart rate. The app will notify me if his levels fall outside the preset zones so I can check on him. This helps to ease my anxiety every time he lays down to sleep.

This new sock works for babies between 5 and 30 pounds, so you can use it earlier and longer! It’s fully charged in just 90 minutes and has a battery life of 16 hours. The entire system is easy to set up in less than 10 minutes, which is great for parents. The Owlet sock also can work within 100 feet of the Base Station, compared to other monitors that require your baby to be in a fixed location.

I can’t thank Owlet enough for creating a product for all parents, but especially moms like me who struggle with anxiety after losing a child. It has helped ease my mind and allowed me to sleep better. I highly recommend purchasing the Owlet Smart Sock 3 for your family.

Now is a great time to buy because October is Safe Sleep Month and to celebrate, Owlet Care is giving away their award-winning sleep training program: Dream Lab FREE ($99 value) with every purchase of the Owlet Monitor Duo. I’m excited to try out this program with Boston once he reaches 4 months old.

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