My younger sister has 4 firstborns. That is, each of her children has a different daddy though she used to be married to the second’s. Soon after she announced a fourth one on the way, mom and I offered to look after the older kids through her pregnancy.
Our mommy took the oldest, a teenager. The other two, who were in grade school, came to live with my spouse and me plus two children of our own. It was a great relief that I bought an 8 channel wired DVR complete system to help watch over my newly extended family.
Even though my little tykes would be hosting sleepovers for their cousins only in the meanwhile, I suppose that installing security surveillance in our household was a long time coming. We should have done it when we purchased a sizable property years ago.
Welcoming new kids into our abode was just the motivation which I needed. I inquired into security cameras on the net and gathered that scoring these bundled is going to be less expensive and quicker, and spare me from incompatibility issues among gadgets.
I selected an all-in surveillance system composed of a standalone 8-channel DVR and eight bullet wired day/night color cameras. Along with them came video cables, a mouse, 17-inch LCD screen and remote control.
The package offered an embedded DVR which can be networked entirely. It could run the video feeds from all eight video cameras in real time on the internet. My spouse and I could keep close track of our home from anywhere at all with online access.
Given that wired cameras assure a continual power source while day/night cameras can see with most any amount of light, there is a slim chance of interruption. And bullet cameras are really easy to fix on tricky spots out of the kids’ reach.
My cute pair of nieces lived with us a year longer than planned and provided my kids a heap of swell memories. Our 8 channel wired DVR complete system is staying, though, to show me at any time precisely how my family is doing in the house.