To be honest the RemoteLync camera is not the best fit for a video baby monitor scenario. One of the main reasons is the battery life suffers if the camera was detecting motion frequently and recording a lot of video - and babies tend to move around a lot!

The one thing that *does* work OK in this scenario is to just check on the baby by sending on-demand video capture requests to the camera, but only when there's sufficient ambient light in the room -- set it with automatic LED lights disabled -- because no one wants to wake their baby up by shining bright lights in their face from a security camera!

All in all, we would stick to using RemoteLync for keeping an eye on potential intruders, not sleeping babies!