Owlet Baby Heart Monitor

The Butterflies and Birdies Foundation donates Owlet Baby Monitors to new parents who are concerned about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). This monitor is a wonderful product that offers peace of mind to families so that they and their babies can sleep peacefully.

How Does the Owlet Sock Monitor Work?

The Owlet Sock is truly one of a kind. It can track your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep, and if something is wrong, it will alert you. The Owlet foot monitor is worn comfortably on your baby’s foot, and it pairs with your smartphone. This allows you to check on your baby from anywhere – work, a night out with friends or the comfort of your bed.

What are the Benefits of the Owlet Baby Monitor?

The Owlet sock monitor is highly rated by parents. It’s a bit pricey, but that’s why the Butterflies and Birdies Foundation is trying to get more of these into the hands of new parents! For every Owlet baby oxygen monitor we order, the manufacturer is donating two more.

Benefits to using this baby heart monitor sock are:

  • Comfortable to wear and no wires – the sock wraps around baby’s foot
  • Smartphone app available where you can see baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels
  • Owlet foot monitor connects to a base station that uses lights, sounds and app notifications to alert you
  • Enjoy peace of mind that your baby is sleeping safely

Where Can I Get an Owlet Baby Oxygen Monitor?

The Butterflies and Birdies Foundation helps support families who have been affected by the loss of a child. If you have lost a child due to SIDS, we can understand how scary it is to bring another child home. We hope to give you some comfort and support by donating a baby heart monitor sock.

Please contact our organization today to learn more about our Owlet Baby Monitor donations and how we support new parents and families.

Make a Donation

Your generous contribution will help many families who have been directly or indirectly affected by the loss of a child. Any amount is greatly appreciated.

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