Author: Sue Moss

Toy rattle lights up

This rattle doesn’t just make a sound — the NogginStik lights up in different colors when your baby shakes it.

It’s designed to encourage tactile and visual development, maker SmartNoggin says. There are also different textures on the handle to stimulate the sense of touch, and a mirror on the bottom so babies can stare at themselves. [Read more...]

Trike carries Tots

Want a stroller that also is a great way to teach your child the basic elements of bicycling? The My-Trike is a 3-in-1 canopy-style stroller that’s a “trendy, fashionable statement on wheels,” the maker says, “beautifully engineered and geared for child safety.”

There’s an adjustable rear handle and freewheeling clutch so you control the steering as your baby begins to learn balance and motor skills. [Read more...]

A Smarter scale for kids

Would you like an easier way to track your baby’s weight? Now you can place your child on the smart scale’s cradle to receive high-accuracy weight measurements, which are then automatically uploaded and charted using the free Baby Companion app.

The app also compares your baby’s progress to other babies of the same age and gender, the developer says, and lets you monitor nutrition by logging bottle intake and breastfeeding. [Read more...]