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What Moms and Dads Are Saying About Nanit

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By now you’ve probably read up on Nanit and you might be thinking, “Okay, this seems a little too good to be true. Kind of like calorie-free cheesecake.” We’re hear to tell you what parents around the world think of Nanit.

Rest assured, Nanit’s the real deal, here to revolutionize the way babies sleep. In fact, parents are already seeing results. Before our launch, we had 30 families user-test Nanit’s camera and app, then provide feedback. Here’s what moms and dads, from New York to Tel Aviv, had to say.

With Nanit, sleep will never be the same…

“Nanit is a game changer. Every day we watch sleep summaries and plan our baby’s naps.” —Ah La, New York, NY

It helps you gain a better understanding of your baby’s days and nights.

“I use Nanit to see if my baby soothed herself to sleep, or if she had a restless night. Amazing.” —Amit, Kfar Saba, Israel

Plus, it gets everyone who cares for your little one on the same page.

“I used to use another baby monitor, but I switched to Nanit. It’s awesome. We decided as a family that we don’t use blankets and, through Nanit, we saw the nanny was using one. So we were able to call her to ask to take it off.” —Keren, Great Neck, NY

And it helps parents operate as a pretty efficient sleep dream team.

“We love Nanit. My husband and I use it to share info and take turns soothing our baby.” —Maayan, Tel Aviv, Israel

Added bonus? Nanit highlights your baby’s accomplishments, both big and small, so you’ll never miss a thing.

“The bird’s-eye view is great – I see what I want. Without Nanit, we would have missed a major milestone: the first time our daughter rolled over.” —Kim, South Orange, NJ

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Natalie Barnett, PhD serves as VP of Clinical Research at Nanit. Natalie initiated sleep research collaborations at Nanit and in her current role, Natalie oversees collaborations with researchers at hospitals and universities around the world who use the Nanit camera to better understand pediatric sleep and leads the internal sleep and development research programs at Nanit. Natalie holds a Ph.D. in Genetics from the University of New England in Australia and a Postgraduate Certificate in Pediatric Sleep Science from the University of Western Australia. Natalie was an Assistant Professor in the Neurogenetics Unit at NYU School of Medicine prior to joining Nanit. Natalie is also the voice of Nanit's science-backed, personalized sleep tips delivered to users throughout their baby's first few years.

Kristy Ojala is Nanit’s Digital Content Director. She spends way too much time looking at maps and weather forecasts and pictures of Devon Rex cats and no-cook dinners. A former sleep champion, she strives to share trustworthy somnabulism tips with other parents—praying for that one fine day when no tiny humans wake her up while it’s still dark out. Her kids highly recommend 3 books, approximately 600 stuffies, Chopin’s “Nocturnes,” and the Nanit Sound + Light for bedtime success.

Mackenzie Sangster is on the Brand and Community team at Nanit. She supports content development and editing for Nanit’s Parent Confidently blog as well as other marketing initiatives. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her friends, cooking, being active, and using the Pro + Flex Duo to keep an eye on her fur-baby, Poppy!

Holly Hays is a contributor and writer for Nanit, channeling her years as a mama and former magazine editor to create fun, useful content for fellow busy, trying-to-do-their-best parents and caregivers. Holly has written for a wide range of brands and media outlets (Ergobaby, HGTV, Manhattan Toy Company, OXO), loves to cook and read mystery novels, and leans heavily on her two daughters to keep her up to date on all the latest slang.