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Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.

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Learn with a helicopter
The Explore and Learn Helicopter combines a favorite toy with introductory learning tools. There’s a spinning propeller of course, and wheels that roll for take-off. The exit door opens and closes — and releases colorful balls. “Pulling the helicopter and spinning the propeller promote imaginative role-playing,” VTech says. [ More ]
Blender and Bottle Warmer
The latest from Cuisinart does double duty: it’ll blend up the perfect baby food, and also heat up a bottle. The device can chop, and pureé many foods — and the “steam blade” cooks it as well with “even steam distribution for quicker, more efficient results,” the company says. [ More ]
High-tech onesie has built-in sensors
Here are some high-tech pajamas: Mimo has built multiple sensors into a onesie, so that “while your baby is wearing the Kimono, you can check their movements and body position to see just how active or peaceful they are — no matter where you or your baby might be.” Mimo says its clinically validated sleep algorithms let you know “when your baby falls asleep, when they wake, and how well they are sleeping. [ More ]
Book Sings and Squeaks in the Bath
“Bath time can be reading time with the Sing and Squeak Bath Book,” Vtech says. “This soft, waterproof book actually floats in the tub.” There’s also a light-up music button for sing-along songs — and a rubber ducky button for funny, squeaking sounds. [ More ]
“Apptivity” seat for iPad fun
Fisher-Price says its new baby seat “is soothing and entertaining, with a touch of technology.” There’s a 7×5-inch mirror “to reflect your baby’s smiling face, and promote facial recognition and a sense of self as baby develops,” Fisher-Price says. When you put your iPad into the mirror case, it can provide stimulation and engagement for your baby, while protecting your device from sticky fingers — or unintentionally navigating to other apps. [ More ]
Learn letters with LeapFrog
The Letter Factory Phonics has 26 singing letters to bring the alphabet to life, LeapFrog  says. It’s based on the award-winning Letter Factory DVD, but doesn’t require a disc player. Instead, “little learners place letter tiles in the “factory” to hear songs that teach the corresponding letter names and sounds,” LeapFrog says. [ More ]
Baby monitor for iPhone
“By reassuring you that your baby is resting peacefully,” Belkin says, a monitor “allows you to use your free time more productively. You’ll be able to tend to household tasks, catch up with friends, or enjoy a quiet moment to yourself while your baby is resting.” Of course there are plenty of baby monitor systems available, but the WeMo from Belkin works directly with your iPhone.  [ More ]
A classic: The Farmer Says
Yep, Fisher-Price is still making the classic See ’N Say toy. “Children love animals, and The Farmer Says engages children by providing colorful images and sounds of animals,” FP says. The toy teaches kids fun facts about 16 different animals, Fisher-Price adds. [ More ]
Dress lets Dad feel the baby kick
Dads-to-be feeling a bit unconnected from the baby in the womb? Designer Marco Righetto has come up with a perhaps-too-novel approach to the problem: a dress worn by the expecting mother that senses baby’s kicks, and a bracelet worn by the father that transmits that action in a way he feels immediately. [ More ]
LeapFrog puppy helps tots read
“Children learn more when they’re having fun,” LeapFrog says. The company’s toys “help your child learn about reading, writing, numbers, colors, matching, shapes and manners.” “Read With Me Scout” is a “cuddly companion that provides the perfect interactive introduction to reading,” LeapFrog says. [ More ]