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Find that infant

Nah, we don’t expect many of you will lose track of your actual baby! But while holding onto that squirming new person, you might mishandle something else. And when that infant turns into a toddler and starts to wander off…

That’s where a gadget like the Findster GPS tracking system come in, to “help you track something more valuable than your keys. [Read more...]

Sound Sleeper calms restless infants

The Sound Sleeper app promises “calming, soothing sounds of nature,” as well as white noise, relaxing melodies, and nursery rhymes — all to help your baby “relaxand drift gently off to sleep.

The software is billed as a “three-in-one sleep solution for you and your baby that will accompany you from birth to the toddler years.” It can “put your baby to sleep in minutes,” help the child stay asleep with its Listen Mode, and enable healthy sleep habits with the Sleep Tracking Mode. [Read more...]

Starfish aims to prevent hot-car deaths

An in-development device senses if a child has been left in a vehicle and alerts a parent’s phone.

As reported by the Daily Mail in the UK, the Starfish is a coin-sized weight-activated sensor that fits to child’s car seat. It pairs to a parent’s phone using Bluetooth, and then signals the phone if it goes too far from the sensor — that is, if the parent carrying the phone walks 20 feet away from the Starfish that is on their child’s seat. [Read more...]

Turn everyday into play time

A free app suggests ways to better encourage your baby’s development during the first year of life with fun activities.

Developer Mead Johnson says they’ll “tell you how to do each activity, describe any toys or props you might need, and let you know exactly how it helps your baby reach important motor, cognitive, communication and social milestones.”

It also makes it easy to “share your memories—whether they’re pictures or just descriptions of your baby’s reactions—with your friends and family on Facebook or by email.”

The AmazingBaby app is free here on iTunes. [Read more...]