They say babies can hear music in the womb… so why not pipe some in directly? The Baby-Bump Sound System from Bellybuds connect to any phone or music player, and adhesively attach to your belly.
It’ll also connect a... More
Sometimes you can be understandably worried — but with the Vitals Monitor from Owlet you can see that your baby is breathing… Wherever you are.
“Get a snapshot into your child’s well-being,” say the developers. The “Smart Sock” communicates... More
How can you ensure the bath water is not too cold, not too hot, but just right? With the 3-in-1 Baby bath tub, scale and water thermometer.
Not only that, but the tub from Aqua Scale also records your baby’s... More
You don’t want your child chewing on a photo print — but one secured in a plastic toy-like frame will be safe.
The Discovery Forget Me Not holds 8 photos at the standard 4×6-inch size. “Now loved ones never be... More
New parents: Would you like make an entire week’s worth of healthy, nutritional baby food in less than 5 minutes? You can with the Baby Care System, maker Baby Bullet claims.
With the baby-sized blender, you can “make perfect baby... More
One primary problem in getting pregnant: pinpointing when your most fertile.
Fairhaven Health says its OvaCue Fertility Monitor can identify when ovulation will occur to increase your chances of becoming pregnant.
The fertility monitor predicts ovulation up to seven... More
Sometimes it’s tough to get the tyke to take to the toilet-training. One way to keep ’em on the seat long enough: distraction! With an iPad!
Of course you don’t want that pricey device dropped in the tank, and that’s... More
Babies look different almost every day. Wouldn’t it be nice to have not just a few photos of your child over the first year, but a daily record of the infant’s face — and a resulting video that lets you... More
Just how high-tech can a baby carriage be? Any more than this one, and it’d be a spaceship.
It’s called the origami because it folds in three dimensions to a closed size of only 38x14x21 inches.
Not only does it... More
A device that can understand a baby’s cry? Sounds like science fiction. But UK-based Wellis claims it can do just that, and is now offering the third iteration of its Why Cry Baby Crying Analyzer — which it says... More