Oliver, Julia and Nikolaj’s mum
Oliver was only three days old and suddenly he stopped breathing. Fortunately, he was not lying in his cot then, but was sleeping with his father Henning.
“My husband responded quickly and gave our son with first aid. Oliver was breathing again before the ambulance arrived. He spent two days in hospital under observation, but the doctors did not tell us what the problem could be.
“After this event we scoured the Internet. And we found the Nanny breathing monitor. We are so happy we did today, as it saved our son’s life.
When he was six weeks old, he stopped breathing again. It was in the middle of the night, my husband and I were sleeping. If Nanny hadn’t woken us up, we might not have our Oliver any more,” recounts Janne.
This story of a saved little boy has a special sequel as Oliver’s parents became so enthusiastic about the product that they decided to get involved in its distribution. They became successful distributors of Nanny in Denmark. They can therefore only provide the best references and support sales with their personal story.
“We recommend buying Nanny before giving birth. The mother can then leave the maternity hospital with a feeling of confidence that her baby will be monitored immediately after her return home. The first days of a baby’s life may bring unexpected surprises just as it happened to us,” adds Janne.
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