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One of the things we love most about data is when you have the ability to share it. So naturally, this is one of the key features of the Mimo Smart Monitor. Designed to allow parents to share their baby’s data and insights with all of his or her loving caregivers, the Mimo app helps everyone caring for baby stay on the same page.

So what does sharing a Mimo mean?

  1. You can allow authorized users to access your baby’s Turtle data.
  2. Choose the authorized users that can access your baby’s Mimo.
  3. To ensure data stays in the right hands, only the owner of the Turtle (the phone on which the Turtle was first setup) can share the turtle.
    • This means that if you are not the owner and try to share the Turtle, you will receive an error.
    • Please note that the link you send to share your Turtle expires after 24 hours (though you can always create a new one).
  4. Share the Turtle with as many people as you would like.

Ready to Share? Here are instructions for iOS or Android:

For iOS

  1. Make sure the person you would like to access your turtle has

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alt My daughter Sadie is a peanut. So is her Mom, and admittedly, her Dad kinda is too. Sadie's always been in the sub-20th percentile for weight, and as she graduated from her first 3 months, she started dropping in height percentile as well. Neither her Mom nor I were surprised, based on her genes.

She still has no hair. Me, I'm bragging.

Her being rather challenged in the weight and height department carries with it a wonderful benefit (besides affording her an unforgiving cuteness): she's still able to fit into her 6-12 month Mimo kimonos. As I've mentioned before, Sadie has been one of our beta babies here at Mimo, so she's helped us test out some larger kimonos (for inquiring minds, stay tuned!), but she can still squeeze into the 6-12s. And last night, that's all we had.

Yesterday morning, Sadie came down with a moderate fever. It was followed by a rash and a little bit of coughing that didn't stick around. When the fever didn't subside on its own, we gave her some Tylenol, which sort of helped. Before bed, her fever had returned, and my wife and I were slightly concerned. Based on all of her

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