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Need Peace of Mind When Your Baby Sleeps? Try This New Infant Breathing Wear

When we put our babies to sleep we always have a fear that something may happen to them when they are resting. In fact, for babies between the ages of one month to one year there is an increased chance of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Sydrome). The peak ages are between two and three months according to the Sleep Foundation and occurs most often in boys. 

The fear is very real, but there are companies that understand parents' fears and have used technology to help them and their babies. Nanit, the creators of the most innovative baby monitor and sleep tracker on the market, has developed the Nanit Sleeping Bag for infants. It works with their Nanit Plus Camera to monitor your baby's sleep patterns, breathing, and room temperature. It also provides smart insights about how you can improve your baby's sleep. 

The Nanit Sleeping Bag is available for babies ages 3 to 24 months. You can preorder now. It will be on sale on January 31, 2020. Visit www.nanit.com for more information. 

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