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There’s no denying that being a parent can be stressful, but the good news is that smart technology is here to help. Throughout the home, it offers a variety of advantages to make your life easier and your living environment safer for raising kids. If this sounds appealing to you, here are a few ways that you can use smart technology to make your home more kid-friendly.

Window and Door Sensors
When you have toddlers running around the house, window and door sensors can deliver serious peace of mind. They’ll alert you if an upstairs window is opened or the backdoor is left ajar, which can help prevent a potentially dangerous situation. Using this technology, you can set an alarm to sound within the house, as well as receive notifications via your smartphone when you’re away.

Smart Baby Monitor
In the old days, a baby monitor simply allowed you to listen in on your child during the night. Things sure have changed. These days, a state-of-the-art monitor provides live video with night vision and two-way talking functionality so you can soothe a crying baby with the sound of your voice without having to get out of bed.

Pool Alarm
Swimming pools are surging in demand among luxury homeowners and, while they can be a source of fun for the whole family, they also cause major anxiety for new parents. Fortunately, it’s easy to install an alert system that sets off an alarm throughout the house when movement is detected in the water. For any parents who worry about pool safety, having this technology is a must. 

Smart Lights
There are a variety of ways that smart lights can make your home more kid-friendly. For starters, motion sensors can be set to gently illuminate the hallway when someone gets up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. Additionally, you can schedule the lights in your child’s bedroom to slowly dim in the evenings before bedtime, which can help their circadian rhythm and allow them to sleep better throughout the night.