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A baby monitor is pretty important. Hearing your baby when they need you and being able to distinguish between sleep noise and awake will gain you some shut eye.
These window treatments do not have to be fancy. Blocking out light is your number one priority to help your baby's biological clock.
No blue light, motion and dusk to dawn sensor, adjustable brightness. Perfect for nighttime feedings and diaper changes.
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