Snuza Go! Product Review & Giveaway!

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Snuza Go! Product Review + Giveaway #SnuzaGo

For those that have babies or have babies that are grown up. I know you can relate to this post. As a new mom (and dad) we worry about Ryder 24-7. Especially when he is sleeping (even though he isn’t a big fan and hasn’t caught on to this “sleep thing” yet). After I put Ryder to sleep at night, I lay in bed with my eyes wide open… anticipating when he will wake up, watching the video monitor to make sure I see his little body moving, and worrying that he is ok. Enter the Snuza Go! It has been a game changer for me, and has helped ease my fears of him sleeping, and in return has helped me sleep a little easier. Best of all it’s small and portable. So it’s perfect for at home or when traveling. If movement is not detected an alarm sounds off. So I no longer have to watch the monitor– instead if for some reason no movement is detected I will hear the alarm go off. It’s pretty loud and you can definitely hear it through the monitor.

Snuza Go! Product Review + Giveaway #SnuzaGo

Snuza Go! is a mobile and easy-to-use movement monitor which clips onto baby’s diaper to ensure that normal movement is maintained. The ultra-sensitive flexible tip detects the slightest of movements. If no movement at all is detected for a period of 20 seconds, Snuza Go! will emit an audible alarm to alert you. The 20-second period can be reduced to 15 or 18 seconds if preferred. Snuza Go! will also alert you if your baby’s movements are very weak or fall to less than 8 movements per minute.

Here are a few features of the Snuza Go!

  • It’s small and fits onto baby’s diaper
  • Portable and easy-to-use
  • Audible alarm after 15, 18 or 20 seconds
  • Movement-rate Indicator to warn about weak or infrequent movement

Snuza Go! Product Review + Giveaway #SnuzaGo

And because we want one of our readers to have a little more peace of mind when their little bundle of joy is sleeping we are giving a Snuza Go! away. Please fill out the form below for a chance to be entered to win.

So if you are a new parent looking to monitor your baby in a new way–the Snuza Go! is the product to use. Or if you are looking for a baby shower gift for a friend or family member, this would be the gift to give!


  1. My favorite memory is when my son came home with an apnea monitor….he looked like he needed to be plugged in with the wires that would stick out of his onesies! ….that was also a scary memory, too.

  2. Denise Konkel says:

    My favorite memory of bringing our son home was just relaxing on the couch and watching movies as a family of three.

  3. Susan DeVaux says:

    I enjoyed sleeping with her in a bassinet next to our bedroom

  4. Kimberly Cichuniec says:

    My favorite memory with our newborn daughter was watching my husband give her her first bath. He couldn’t stop staring and smiling as he bundled her up in a warm blanket brushed what little hair she had. We have another little girl due this October. I look forward to witnessing many more daddy daughter bonding moments.

  5. Kara Rotella says:

    Watching the curiosity and wonder in my older son’s eyes, not sure what this new thing was that wouldn’t leave mommy’s side.

  6. Jennifer Harrell says:

    Finally getting to snuggle him for hours without interruption!

  7. My favorite memory was introducing my daughter to our cat Cody. He took one good sniff and then started grooming her. He hardly ever left her side from that point forward and he still stays near her, despite all of her rough toddler antics!

  8. Stephanie Puentes says:

    My favorite memory is the first family cuddle we all had together in bed the next morning. It’s the sweetest feeling holding my toddler in one arm and my baby in the other.

  9. My favorite memory of my third baby (who is now 6 weeks old) is her deciding she was coming into this world in a hurry and was unexpectedly born at home, delivered by her daddy. And every minute after… =)

  10. melissa s says:

    Our first little bundle was born on the 23rd of December. We brought her home on the 25th. The town was so quiet, snow thickly falling and we felt like the only people in the world. Just we three. Perfect.

  11. I personally haven’t brought home a newborn yet as I am due with our first in December. I will say that we are both looking very much forward to making many memories with our little boy!

  12. Deborah Amick says:

    I’m still pregnant with our first (about two more months to go!) and can’t wait to bring home our little girl and start forming memories of our family together =)

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