Like most other homes inside America we are a double-income household. My mother was big-hearted enough to take care of the first two children while my hubby and I held jobs. We could never afford to pay for baby sitters or a nanny otherwise.
When I had my 3rd child mommy was beyond the able age for the physical labor needed for childrearing. It was time for us to employ an all-around caregiver and also face consequently the need for hidden nanny cameras for home and family protection.
Our plan had been to hire someone to help both around the house and also the children where manual exertion was specifically necessary. With my mother running our house and doing light work knowing her the hired hand would not be so burdened.
Though we seemed to have found a great candidate I was afraid to entrust my babies to a total stranger. Only a disguised spy camera could oversee this helper covertly to let us know whether or not she were to be relied on.
A tissue box hidden camera would perform the job. Seriously who sits around believing that a box of tissues can be a covert camera? To start with no person spends time to think about tissue paper at all.
Since this one is a slip-on cover for any typical box of tissues you do not even see it so much as look at and pull from its contents. That it covers a wireless camera spared us from wiring problems and eliminates obviousness.
We selected a black and white camera for its .003 Lux which allows it to shoot using limited or just ambient light. The nanny cam included a 2.4 GHz receiver as well.
Being new to using hidden nanny cameras for home security were hoping terribly that the videos do not give bad news. After all we are equally new to enlisting a care provider that also gets to live with our precious family beneath the same roof.