No parent wants to worry their toddler has toddled away out of sight… Now the Filip, a wearable locator/watch/phone, will “keep parents and kids in touch at the push of a button.”
Filip provides you with location, voice calling,... More
Why settle for an audio-only monitor? Devices like Vtech’s Safe & Sound let you not only listen in on your child, but also see and talk with them at the push of button, from the comfort of another room.
Too often having a baby means traveling with your child to introduce them to far off relatives. The Flyebaby airplane baby comfort system can make the trip less of an ordeal without carrying around a heavy seat.
The hammock-like... More
There’s a lot to keep track of with an infant, and some things should be scheduled or synchronized. That timing is a lot easier with the Pocket Nanny Baby Care Timer.
Itzbeen’s $25 device(Affiliate link) “helps sleep deprived... More
It’s not quite a home sonogram, but the BabyWatch Health Tracker lets expecting moms hear their babies’ heartbeat — and see a visualization of the sound on their smartphone.
On the social side, the app also promotes easily sharing those... More
Kids can wander off — and while they might just be having some fun, new parents can quickly panic.
Now BeLuvv is developing the $25 Guardian accessory to ensure no panic is necessary: the wearable waterproof device sends parents... More
There are a lot of “baby cams” on the market, offering many ways to keep watch over your child when you are out of the room. One great choice was first designed as a general-purpose surveillance camera, not a parental... More
The safest place for your baby to sleep for the first 6 months is in their own sleeping area beside your bed, according to the Royal College of Midwifes — and so Little Green Sheep in the UK is offering... More