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Random Stuff That Rocks: Hive Indoor and Outdoor Cameras

Random Stuff That Rocks: Hive Indoor and Outdoor Cameras

You can make sure the door stays locked at all times, and you can keep your eyes fixed on that 2-year-old 24/7. But let’s be honest, the door will be left unlocked at some point, and you will not always be able to follow your child’s every step. And wouldn’t it be nice to know what your older kids are doing when they are home alone? And wouldn’t it give you peace of mind knowing who comes to your door, whether you’re home or not? Hive cameras can help with that. Parents can keep an eye on everything that’s happening inside and outside their home. If the camera detects motion or sound, even when you’re out, the camera will send an alert to your smartphone, tablet or laptop and automatically start recording. You can watch and download your own footage anytime. Automatic night vision provides security at night as well. Link your cameras to other Hive products, like your lights, so they turn on when motion is detected, making it look like you’re home. You only need one app to manage all your Hive devices. Compatible with Amazon Echo, Google Assistant and IFTTT products.

$199 hivehome.com

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Dasha Peipon

Dasha is originally from Ukraine (it’s in the heart of Europe, look it up on the map if you want!) and moved to Mississippi with her family in September 2017. Before that she lived in Massachusetts and Maryland. She guesses they have a thing for “M” states. She is a writer, an editor, a teacher and the type of mom that never sits still. Being part of Parents & Kids has been helpful for her goal of finding places to explore with her kids, getting plugged in and her family becoming true Mississippians.

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