Technology has made everything from grocery shopping to communicating easier. Luckily for new moms and dads, technology has also made big strides in the parenting world. Check out the latest and best gadgets that you should include in your baby registry or buy as soon as possible in order to make the transition into being a parent smoother.
As soon as you found out you were pregnant with your new little one, the fears probably starting creeping into your brain about having to watch over your new bundle of joy 24/7, and they didn’t go away once your baby was in your arms. Owlet makes a variety of baby monitors to help ease a parent’s fears. The Owlet Cam lets you sneak a peek of your sleeping baby anytime via your smartphone, and the Owlet Sock monitors your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels all night long.
If you’ve heard a horror story from a fellow mama who accidentally clipped her little one’s skin while cutting their nails, this trimmer is for you. The cushioned pads in the trimmer oscillate to gently file your little one’s nails without the stress or worry of hurting him or her.
Having a new baby means you will be in a delicate state of trying to catch sleep whenever possible while wanting to stay up and check on your baby as much as possible for the first several months. The Snuza Hero Sleep Monitor can help put your mind at rest while your baby is napping. The award-winning device helps monitor your little one’s breathing and alerts you if your baby hasn’t moved or taken a breath in 20 seconds. Additionally, it helps track sleep patterns and cycles to help you (try) to get your new baby on a sleep schedule that is unique to them.
If you are breastfeeding your new baby, it’s normal to wonder if your little one is getting enough milk. Checking on his or her weight is the only true way to know if your little one is eating enough, and the Hatch Smart Baby Changing Table and Scale takes the guesswork (and stress!) out for new moms. The innovative changing pad has a built-in smart scale that tracks your little one’s weight, providing you reassurance that your baby is getting all of the milk he or she needs.
Experts say your little one’s room should be between 65 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit in order for optimal sleep and to help prevent SIDS. The Gro Egg Room Thermometer helps assure you that the nursery isn’t too warm or cold. It lights up in different colors when the temperature differs, which means checking on the room temperature takes just a quick glance.
The incredible blur that is the first few months of parenting can make it difficult to keep track of your little one’s feedings, diaper changes, napping and medication schedule. The Pocket Nanny Tracker helps you remember it all with the simple push of a button. It also will alert you when it’s time to nurse or pump in order to keep up your milk supply.
Technology has made taking care of your new little one easier than ever. When it comes to nursing your little one, Ameda Direct can make your life easier, too. Applying for an insurance-paid breast pump can help you provide nourishing milk for your little one no matter your situation. Contact us today for more information.