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VTech Safe&Sound

When Mister and Sister were babies, we used a baby monitor with two parent units.  Of course, it was donated to charity long ago.  When we realized we needed to get a new set, I immediately though of the a VTech Safe&Sound Digital Audio Monitor with 2 parent units. We like VTech products around here, because they are so reliable, and I was confident that I would like VTech’s baby monitors as well.

vtech safe & sound with two parent units

The VTech Safe & Sound Audio Monitor features DECT 6.0 Digital technology which makes it crystal-clear and eliminates interference.  All you hear is baby.  Also, it is encrypted, so your neighbors can’t hear it.  LOL.

The parent units can be muted (in case one parent needs to get their z’s) and will use gentle vibrations to alert you when your little one is fussing.  Other features include 18 hour battery life, up to a 1000 foot range, backlit display on parent units, belt clip on parent units, and a talk back intercom system.

vtech Safe & Sound

    The baby will room with us for the first few months, so to test out the monitors, Hubs plugged in the monitor in our bedroom and plugged in one of the parent units in the kitchen.  Then he went back to our bedroom and spoke softly.  I could hear him well.  I feel great knowing that I will be able to put her down to sleep and go take care of chores or play with Mister and Sister and still be able to hear when she wakes up or fusses.
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      VTech graciously provided us with a VTech Safe&Sound Digital Audio Monitor with 2 Parent Units for the

Baby Shower Gift Guide

      and will be providing the same set for giveaway (US Only) in the upcoming Baby Shower Bonanza Giveaway!

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.


  1. I’m definitely in the market for a new baby monitor and I love that this one will vibrate to alert you. Very cool!

  2. natalie nichols says:

    We need a new monitor for our next one. The one we have is not so good.

  3. Carolann Leibenguth says:

    I love that this one will , alert the parent unit alerts you with gentle vibrations when your baby is fussing.

  4. Jessica Z says:

    I like that the monitor eliminates interference. Makes me want it even more!!

  5. I could not live without a monitor. This one sounds great and I love that there are two parent units.

  6. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I love that you have the option to have gentle vibrations wake you, this would be great for hearing impaired parents!!

  7. I am totally in the market for something like this. I love the two monitors. One to keep in the livingroom all the time and one too keep on hand for when i am moving aorund the house doing chores. Thanks for this review!

  8. This would be so nice! I wish I had one of these when my son was a baby.

  9. Molly Bussler says:

    I like the 2 parent units, would come in very handy!

  10. I would love this for my friend who is expecting!

  11. Oh cool! I like that it has a vibration option when it’s on silent!

  12. Sue Hull says:

    My daughter’s best friend just found out they’re having twins so she could really use something like this.She already has a 3 yr old girl and a 9 month boy.I told her she’s never going to sleep for at least 10 yrs.Lol! We’re all so happy for her,she’s such a great mom. Thanks for the great review 🙂

  13. I like that it’s encripted and that there are 2 parent monitors:)

  14. i would love to try this out I love the 2 parent units.