Whether you have an iphone or any other Smartphone, there are tons of apps available to help organize you and your family. Faster that you can say “How can I keep track of everything?” you can download an app that will help you manage family life easier than you ever thought possible. A few popular mommy solutions available from Apple…
Track it All
Sleep-deprived moms and dads will be happy to discover Baby Log. Keep track of feedings, naps, baths, and diaper changes. Or create custom categories. Then export the data and get an overall view of the week’s stats. Baby Daily Log Pro lets you keep a log of your baby’s growth and temperature, store photos, record and play back your baby’s first words, and more. Download Total Baby to create personalized diary and milestone entries for your newborn.
With Babyphone, you can turn your iPhone into a baby monitor — no matter where your baby falls asleep. Just enter your home phone number or tap in a new number and place it next to your sleeping baby. When iPhone hears your baby wake up, it calls you.
Help your baby “speak” with a little help from Signing Time ASL Dictionary Flash Cards. Flick through 145 flash cards and learn signs for everything from apple to zebra. Design quizzes to test your progress, and turn on vibrate mode to buzz when you need to guess again.
With apps like ABC Animals, learning has never been more fun. These engaging, interactive flash cards teach young children to recognize, say, and print the alphabet. Tap to hear the letter name, associated animal name, and phonetics. Then download FirstWords: Animals and your little one can push letters into place to form words — and bring colorful birds, lions, and 32 other animals to life. Make story time interactive with Bumblebee Touchbook. Touch the words of this adorable bumblebee story to hear them out loud and watch them animate. Or sit back and enjoy a short 3D movie.
Fun is just around the corner with Kidtivities. Scroll through 40 great activity ideas you can enjoy with kids two to six years old almost anywhere. Search by indoor or outdoor activity or shake to see what random project comes up. If you’re out with your kids in the San Francisco Bay Area, Mom Maps suggests local parks, playgrounds, kid-friendly restaurants, and museums.
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