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June 14, 2007

Monitor On A Mission

One time our baby monitor just about gave me a heart attack when I heard what I thought was my baby crying, and then another voice comforting the child... when I was home alone. Turns out I had picked up someone else's monitor- I am sure this has happened before. Maybe even getting a trucker's "10-4 Good Buddy" once in a while. Nothing all that exciting.

But, a mother in Palatine has an out-of-this-world (so to speak) story to tell. Since Sunday, Natalie Meilinger's baby monitor has been picking up black-and-white video from inside the space shuttle Atlantis! You can read the article here.

I only wonder what else can be seen and heard on baby monitors around the world... and if she can see inside the space shuttle, who is viewing her baby?

Stephanie blogs at Adventures In Babywearing.

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