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Free “one-stop app” for parenting advice
Pediatrician Dr. Jen offers a new free app for your mobile device that provides parental tips and advice. Baby Bundle is billed as a the first comprehensive app that “helps new parents be the best parents they want to be by simplifying the process of recording milestones and medical information, and delivering guidance and reassurance from Dr. [ More ]
Sesame Street whenever your child wants it
Could this app help your child prepare for school? Studies show preschoolers who watch Sesame Street perform significantly better than those who don’t, the Sesame Workshop says. With Sesame Go, your children can instantly watch hundreds of episodes of Sesame Street, Sesame Street Classics, and Pinky Dinky Doo episodes. [ More ]
Baby’s Exerciser and Learning Center
The “Life in The Amazon” Triple Fun Active Learning Center “offers parents a safe alternative to walkers,” maker Evenflo says. The center has eleven age-appropriate toys that “help your baby achieve important developmental milestones,” the company adds, “with rock, spin and bounce actions that provide your baby with plenty of exercise to strengthen legs, back and neck muscles” to help develop fine motor skills, object exploration, and tactile development. [ More ]
Laugh & Learn Laptop
The Laugh & Learn Smart Screen Laptop “makes learning fun,” Fisher-Price says. “Power up a world of learning fun with a baby-appropriate laptop that’s just their size.” The small device has nine colorful keys that are easy to press, and “bring learning to life on the animated screen so baby can learn numbers, shapes, colors, object names, initial letters and more.” Character comes to life when the lid is flipped open, Fisher-Price adds, and there are sing-along songs, words, sounds and exciting activities, in both English and Spanish. [ More ]
Baby jumper with music and zoo theme
Toddlers and babies need to move, and the Luv U Zoo Jumperoo can make it more fun for them to do so. With sounds, lights, and the opportunity for plenty of movement, the Jumperoo is a fun, entertaining way for baby to develop crucial motor skills, Fisher Price says. [ More ]
Light-up potty for night toilet training
Helping your baby through toilet training can be difficult, and every little bit of help along the way can make a great difference, say the makers of the new Lumi Potti. The difference? A motion-activated nightlight lets your child find the potty at night, and use it confidently without needing your help. [ More ]
Baby monitor buying guide
We’ve covered a lot of baby monitors here at BabyTech — but how can you determine which one might be best for you? Consumer Reports has a guide that could help you make your choice. “A baby monitor can give you peace of mind, letting you move around the house while your little one naps,” the non-profit organization says. [ More ]
Making a game of brushing teeth
For kids, tooth-brushing is an unpleasant chore, says San Francisco-based Grush. “Parents are forced to spend a lot of time supervising their child’s brushing to make sure they brush properly.” The solution to this problem? The video game toothbrush, which “transforms boring tooth-brushing into a fun game. [ More ]
Track your tots with the hereO GPS watch
An upcoming gadget, the hereO GPS watch,  “enables parents to know the whereabouts of their children at any moment directly on their mobile” device. “For the first time, tracking technology has been miniaturized to fit in a trendy kids watch,” say the project developers. [ More ]