Apps for Parents

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Apps for Parents

For new parents, the thought of strapping their infant child into a car seat in the back of the vehicle elicits mixed responses. Some are fine with this, knowing the baby will be safer traveling in this way and so they do it with a minimum of fuss. Others, especially first time moms and dads, will be anxious over being separated from their little one, even if it’s only for the duration of a car ride. For these parents, there are a handful of apps which will help them to either keep an eye on their baby while driving, or help them to pick out the right baby gear and accessories.

Babies do need gear too – you can read about seats at Car Seat Experts. But let’s start with keeping an eye on them first, since that’s the main point of this particular piece. The Babyphone app is admittedly just one of many baby monitor apps. However, the important thing is that your phone will allow you to keep an eye – and an ear – on your toddler. It’s useful at home when you’re in a different room and your toddler is sleeping in a crib, but it’s also useful in a car for keeping an eye on your child. Link your phone up with a viewing device like a camera and you can watch your baby through your phone.

While it’s not quite the same as having a first aid kit handy, the IHomeopathy app will tell you how to treat all kinds of injuries using basic first aid supplies. It’s really a kind of guide for how to first aid, which is an excellent thing to have handy for parents with infant children. Little kids are always getting into trouble, opening cabinets, eating and drinking things they shouldn’t, interacting with everything they can get their hands on. Babyproofing your home is a good idea here, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t also prepare for things to go wrong so you can be ready to react if they do.

Babies can find ways to injure themselves even while you’re on the road and away from home, so that last app is still useful on the road. As for other apps for parents, the Car Seat Check app is definitely related to the other apps listed here. It sets off a warning buzz whenever you get out of your car while traveling with your baby. Sometimes parents forget about their children for a minute – it’s not as if they mean to do it – but it can still lead to trouble. This is a must-have app for forgetful parents. More information on actual seats can be found at http://carseatexperts.com/ too.

There are so many apps for parents, apps for children of all ages, that it would be impossible to list them all here. However, if your child still needs a car seat for car rides, or if they’re at that young, precocious age where they’re always making trouble, you might want to consider picking up one, two or even all three of these apps.

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