Ikea's new audio baby monitor joins a range of models under £50, but is it worth spending more on a device to monitor your sleeping baby?
While using baby hand-me-downs from friends or relatives or buying second-hand items online can be a great way of saving money and preventing products from going to waste, you need to make sure they're safe.
We explain why features such as temperature sensors, sound sensitive lights and lullaby functions are useful to have on a baby monitor.
The list of baby items you need before your precious bundle arrives can be long and potentially very costly. Find out some of the pros and cons of buying these products and alternatives that might save you some money.
Whether you’re spending more time in the garden or travelling to see friends and relatives, it’s important to not let your guard down when it comes to your baby or toddler’s safety. Find out what key hazards you need to watch out for this summer.
Before you take your most precious cargo home, we run through what you need to ensure they'll be safe, including car seats, stair gates, cot mattresses, baby monitors and first aid kits.
From baby monitors and child car seats through to carbon monoxide detectors, we guide you through five lifesaving products that every parent needs.
Lacking useful features such as temperature sensors and sound sensitive lights, these cameras are better suited to detecting burglars than monitoring your baby.
We've just reviewed nine baby monitors, including popular monitors from Angelcare, Owlet and Summer Infant. Find out whether additional baby monitor safety features, including temperature sensors and movement sensor pads, are accurate and worth investing in.
Philips has issued a voluntary recall of its Avent digital video baby monitors (SCD620) produced between January 2016 and March 2018. The battery in the parent unit can overheat while plugged into the electrical connection, which poses a potential fire hazard. Find out what to do if yours is affected.