No More Sleepless Nights with Owlet

No More Sleepless Nights with Owlet

No More Sleepless Nights with Owlet

Becoming a mom is tough physically and mentally. I remember coming home from the hospital after we had Logan exhausted, overwhelmed and clueless. The first night home I told Ryan I wasn’t going to sleep and was going to stay up and make sure Logan was okay. Ryan looked at me like I was crazy and was like “you’re going do what?” My plan was not to sleep so I could make sure Logan was breathing. I’m not sure why I thought this was a good idea or how I would operate without sleep. Don’t worry — I did go to sleep that night. Each time I would wake up for the next few months, I immediately ran over to make sure he was alive and breathing.


Fast forward to baby #2 and my worry levels have definitely decreased. I do still worry about something happening to Mason while he is sleeping. The Owlet Smart Sock is a product I really wish I had when Logan was born. I would have for sure slept better and could have avoided all those panicky moments making sure I could see his chest rising and just to have more peace of mind –which is something you definitely need as a mom!

The Owlet tracks the heart rate and oxygen of your baby and is designed to notify parents if your baby’s heart rate or oxygen fall outside preset zones. The app was easy to set-up and and we haven’t had any false alarms. The sock can be worn on either foot.

Overall, I have been happy with the Owlet and I would recommend it to any concerned new mom, especially fist time Moms. It is easy to use, has a sleek design, and it offers that nighttime peace of mind!

P.S. Did you notice his sock is blue? Owlet just came out with different colored socks. Each Owlet comes with the sea foam green, but you can add an extra set of pink and blue to your cart too. So cute! Maybe I need a third baby so I can invest in a the pink?!

The Owlet Smart Sock 2 is $299.99 and available to purchase at

Thanks to Owlet for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions expressed are my own.


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