You desperately need to take a quick shower or hop on a work call on a day you don’t have child care. What do you do? Turn on the TV for a few minutes to keep your baby distracted. Now comes the mom guilt because you let your infant have screen time – something you never thought you’d do. And that’s not OK – right? … Or is it? Today, we’re going to be exploring this topic of screen time and babies. You’ll hear from moms who have been there before you, as well as an expert whose educational YouTube show for babies and young children is changing the game.
Like it or not, technology is part of our everyday lives, which means our kids are exposed to it too. Is this really a bad thing? If done in moderation, can these electronic games, toys and tablets actually makes our kids smarter?
Kids too young to color can Uncolor! A simply beautiful app for babies and small children. By rubbing their finger across the screen, babies enjoy uncovering the pictures beneath.
Teach your kids how to brush properly and have fun at the same time! Budd, the blue monster, leads them through a two minute brushing routine complete with games and music!
Heads Up! Pictures is a hilarious and fast-paced game you can play anytime, anywhere, no matter how old your kids are! Perfect for waiting in line, on a road trip, or family game night!
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Expose your child to the wild world of Animals! This award-winning Little Explorers ABC Series teaches children new words through sight, sound and touch. Let them explore a world of monkeys, tigers, elephants and more through beautiful pictures, lively videos, and interactive scenes. Your child will get exposure to animals through pictures, sounds, videos and… Continue Reading
This app turns your iPhone into a baby mobile / noise maker. Choose to play Lullabies, White Noise, or Nature Sounds to sooth your baby to sleep. The app lets select how long you want the music / sounds to play for, and will loops until that time has finished.
Family Chat is a fun tool to get the conversations started anywhere and any time, from the dinner table to car rides to waiting rooms.