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On being a New Mother in Modern Times: Apps for an Easier Life

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
May 12, 2014
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Quick Bites

  • The birth of a child is an exceptionally fantastic event.
  • Lot of responsibilities are heaped upon new parents.
  • You are expected to keep a track on everything.
  • Mobile apps are here to come to the rescue.

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The birth of a child is an exceptionally fantastic event for a new parent. All the anxiety boils down to that one day, the final lap, which is the day of birth.

Once your child is born it is exceedingly tiresome. In the first few days, weeks and months you will have to spend a lot of time with you baby, keeping a tab on all that needs to be done. You need to keep a check on the baby’s feeding, nap time, changing diapers, struggling with erratic moods. There is a lot to remember, and a lot to do, and if you are a working mother then things can get even more difficult. The good news is that during these times of technological advancements mothers can release all the pressure with the help of mobile phone applications. So why not touch a few buttons and download some apps for a more effective parenting?


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Today’s Parent Milestones

This awesome app is good because it gives your expert advice on dealing with your child and also acts as an essential tool to track your child’s development. There is a fun thing addition known as Brush Buddy which allows your little one to pick on playful toothbrushes and songs that would play while they are cleaning their teeth! You have something called the nap tracker, diaper diary and many more tools to help you deal with your little one!

White Noise Baby

This very cool app helps your child to sleep. It does so by blocking distractions when relaxing and at the same time reduces stress. The sounds in this app range from a car ride to a vacuum cleaner and yes, this is indeed a helpful app. The app plays many sounds in order to avoid naptime interruptions. But you should keep in mind that these apps do not harm your child’s ear. Keep it at a distant for safety.

Milk Maid

This could be a great app when your baby is drinking milk. You can calculate how much milk your baby is consuming in a day or in a week and you can keep a tab of how much milk you have got stored in your fridge and freezer. You can also keep a track of every bag or bottle of milk that was given to your baby and this way you are pretty aware about its expiry date!


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Total Baby

The first few weeks you will be expected by your doctor to keep a track of your baby’s soiled diapers, your baby’s feedings and also the hours of sleep. This app helps you to log all these in a simple way. This can prove to be the ultimate resource for everything concerning your baby. Every bit of data can be stored here and kept a track of; this includes bath times, immunizations, milestones, allergies, length of breast feeding, and so on.

Qwiki

Now for the fun part, you have this great app called Qwiki that will allow turn pictures into something completely magical. A new born means clicking photos for his memories and for yours, and this app helpd you to quickly pick the best picks and then turn them into short films! This could be a great thing for your baby to see when he or she grows up. There are endless options when it comes to making these beautiful shirt films.

These applications are a good option for you to keep a track of your child and to get organised. These apps will just make your life much easier and you will be unburdened of a lot of anxiety. Finally, congratulations on your new born!

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  • Julia13 May 2014
    This is wonderful! My elder sister just gave birth and I am sending her this article. This is such a treat for new mothers, modern times man!