No, not like that…!
The Electronic Medical Play Set from Castle Toy includes an electronic stethoscope with lights and sounds, a light up thermometer, light up magnifier, patient’s badge, doctor’s badge, and a carry case.
Gadgets and new innovations for babies and their parents.
With the Advanced Solutions Electronic Nasal Aspirator, a necessary task can be a lot less unpleasant.
“Give your baby quick and gentle relief from congestion,” maker Safety 1st says. The gadget “quietly and efficiently removes excess mucus, and the clear reservoir lets you know it’s working.”
It has a contoured shape that is easy to hold, the maker adds, and its soft silicone tips can be easily sterilized. It comes with some expert advice about nasal congestion from the American academy of Pediatrics.
Clevamama says it has “the safest most hygienic way to introduce your baby to solids without the risk of choking.”
The ClevaFeed is easy to use, the company says: “simply snap open the top of the feeder, place food in the teat and allow your baby to suck the food through the teat.”
The ClevaFeed is a great way to introduce new flavors and textures to your baby, the developer adds, while “also ensuring excellent nutrition from a very early age.”
With the Carnegie Embryo Collection at the National Museum of Health and Medicine, specialists have defined normal human embryo development for decades, and created a Virtual Human Embryo database. Now app developers used the information to provide you with all this info in a more convenient form.
“The Embryo App uses mobile telecommunication and multimedia technologies to add interactive capabilities to the digital information, enhancing our understanding of embryo development,” they say. The app has videos showing human fertilization, photo micrographs of early stages of embryo development, digital images of the early stages both in 2D and 3D, and even a pregnancy calculator.
You can download it here.
The gadget’s vibration “gives your baby the comfort of movement even when standing still,” the company says.
It can also play white noise, a lullaby, and heart beat sounds “for additional soothing.”
It has attachment options for cribs, bassinets, play yards, strollers, and carriers. It shuts off automatically after 20 minutes. There are adjustable volume and vibration speed controls.
The Sangenic diaper disposal bin seals in each diaper. It doesn’t let the smell out, and keeps everything safely contained.
It works with a long plastic antibacterial liner tube. All you touch are a little handle on the nappy, and a plunger on the container.
“When I was in fifth grade, I created the EZ Baby Saver to keep children from being left in hot cars,” says Andrew Pelham. “The EZ Baby Saver is a bright neon strap that stops parents in their tracks. When they’re getting out of the car, it forces them to stop and ask, “Is anyone still strapped in the back seat?” You can make your own EZ Baby Saver with rubber bands and duct tape! It’s a cheap, simple reminder that could save the life of a child. Click on the links above for free instructions and a video tutorial.”
Pelham took second place the Science & Engineering Division and won $500 in the 2013 Rubberband Contest for Young Inventors.
Maker KidCo says the Go·Pod is an ultra lightweight, portable activity seat developed as an alternative to bulky, stationary activity centers. Its “mobility design” makes ideal for in-home or travel needs.
It has a locking button that ensures it’s safe for the baby, and a floor pad that keeps feet from touching undesirable surfaces. There are four seat height positions, so it’ll grow with your baby as well.
It’s $50 here, and comes with a carry bag.
The DreamMover baby rocker “gently rocks at the speed of a mother’s heartbeat,” says its maker RoboPax, to “creates just the right amount of ambient noise.”
The company says its rocker “eases the transition from the womb into the world,” to “significantly reduce baby crying,”
The gadget works with all strollers, seats, pads, push chairs, etc., the company adds, and is easy to set up and clean.
Another model works automatically when a baby cries. The “smart sleeper” rocks the crib gently and smoothly, its maker says, and stops after 5 minutes.
It’s $50 here.