If you're one of those people who love to have all the latest technology, bells and whistles on your baby gear, look no further! From a self-folding stroller to a device that can measure how much breastmilk your baby eats at each feeding, we've got you covered.
This high-tech stroller literally folds itself with the push of a button. It doesn't get any easier than that! It can also charge your cell phone, count miles walked, light up for walking in the dark and even has a sensor that alerts you if your child is still in the seat so you don't fold it accidentally.
To buy: 4Moms Origami Stroller, $850
Everyone's heard of that baby that will only sleep when the car is in motion, but what do you do when you need them to sleep at home? The Halo Snoozy Pod Bedtime Soother attaches to most cribs (and toddler beds) and can provide gentle vibrations, white noise and even low light to help Baby get the best night's sleep possible.
To buy: Halo Snoozy Pod Bedtime Soother, $79.99
One of the most common worries of new parents: "Is my baby eating enough?" can now be easily relieved with this ingenious all-in-one changing pad and scale. While you're changing Baby on the soft pad, the scale inside will weigh them and send the info straight to an app on your smartphone, so you can easily track their growth and how much they're eating at each feed.
To buy: HatchBaby Grow Smart Changing Pad, $130
Diapers are something that no high-tech product can replace and with the average newborn going through 10-12 diaper changes per day, it's time to stock up. Pampers Swaddlers are so soft and absorbent, they're guaranteed to keep your baby comfortable. And our personal favorite part? The color-changing wetness indicator that lets you know when it's time for a change with just a quick glance.
To buy: Pampers Swaddlers, $43/box
This isn't your mom's old-school thermometer. The Kinsa Smart Thermometer not only takes your child's temperature and records it in your smartphone, but the app will ask for other symptoms and then give you personalized advice on how to relieve the symptoms and when to call the doctor. It can even tell you what viruses are circulating in your area to give you a heads-up of what Baby may have.
To buy: Kinsa Smart Thermometer, $12
One of the biggest challenges of breastfeeding is that you're never sure how much Baby is actually eating. Thanks to the ingenious Momsense, now there's a way. You simply hook it up to your smartphone and attach the sensor to your infant while they're nursing. The sensor acts like a mic amplifying and recording each swallow Baby takes and analyzes that data to estimate how much they ate. All the info is also recorded in your phone along with how long Baby ate on each side and quantity consumed. So cool, right?!
To buy: Momsense Smart Breastfeeding Meter, $90
This smart—and chic—humidifier can be controlled via an app from your smartphone. You can adjust everything from the level of moisture in the air to different levels of cool mist diffusion and even how long it runs for.
To buy: Motorola Smart Nursery Humidifier, $80
This is the baby monitor all anxious new parents have been dreaming of. You simply slip the soft little sock on Baby's foot and it silently tracks their heart rate and oxygen levels for you. If anything seems amiss, the included base station changes from a soft green light to red and makes noises. It can also send notifications straight to your smartphone.
To buy: Owlet Smart Sock 2 Monitor, $300
Changing your baby can be one of the most loving moments of the day. With Pampers Sensitive wipes' unique Softgrip Texture, your baby will enjoy less wiping for more gentle cleaning, which is a win-win for both Mom and Baby.
Plus Pampers Sensitive wipes are 20 percent thicker than Pampers regular wipes, which makes changing time easier for Mom and happier for Baby's skin. So, play that extra game of peekaboo on the changing table or blow a few more raspberries on their tummy. Baby won't mind!
To buy: Pampers Sensitive Wipes, $18/box
No more squinting at the tiny monitor screen to figure out if Baby is really sleeping. The gorgeous 5-inch color touchscreen on Summer Infant's latest baby monitor makes sure you always know what's going on. There's even a SleepZone Virtual Boundary that alerts you when Baby has moved past the "safe zones."
To buy: Summer Infant Touchscreen Video Monitor, $200
Yes, this is basically the most awesome Fitbit for moms. Not only will this splash- and sweat-resistant watch-like device help you keep track of Baby's feed times/amounts, diaper changes, weight, pump times and the millions of other things new moms record, it'll also keep track of your steps, vitamin intake, diet, exercise and sleep (among other things). Other features moms will drool over: a chic touchscreen display with three wristband choices and a 30-day battery life—because no mom has time to remember to charge anything every day.
To buy: Project Nursery Smart Band, $40
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