20 Must-Have Pregnancy Apps
20 Must-Have Pregnancy Apps for Every Mom-to-Be, I feel very old as a Parent that relies on this highly connected world we are now forced to live in. Smartphones, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp. Must-Have Pregnancy Apps, why should we need these?
Hello Belly: Pregnancy Tracker.
This might just be the pregnancy app with the cutest guides ever — and they’re informative, too. The app comes loaded with entertaining tips from top experts, week-by-week info about your growing baby, mommy yoga, womb visualizations, and more.
My wife and our first child read books, yes looked online at like WebMD. Rubbed Baby Oil on my wife’s growing Belly. We read someplace it stopped stretch marks.
20 Must-Have Pregnancy Apps The Bump Pregnancy App
This app features an addicting week-by-week pregnancy comparison guide that compares the stage of your pregnancy with an illustration of a cute fruit. Each day, the app is updated with fresh editorial content by the staff at The Bump. There are other features, too, like the ability to ask questions to the editors, medical experts, and other real moms. Don’t forget to document your pregnancy by utilizing the weekly photo albums!
Our way of comparing pregnancy and our development was all those trips for the Ultra Sounds. And that always asked the question, “Do you want to know if it’s a boy or girl”. Not sure this App will be able to tell you this.
This one is ridiculous if you ask me. We are having A Baby Pool?
20 Must-Have Pregnancy Apps Baby Pool Pregnancy App
This is hysterical. Just like fantasy football, your friends and family members can start placing bets on your pregnancy. There’s a point system, so the friend who guesses the right gender will get 100 points, and the cousin who guesses the first letter of the name will get 25 points, and so on!
Our Baby Pool was our Parents and Relatives asking after a trip to the Doctor. “How is everything going”. Are you going to find out what you’re having? Kind of like asking what are you having for Dinner?
My point of all this is, you’re going to have a Baby. That Baby needs all your attention and love right from the start. Not a Baby App to teach you about raising your Baby. The first two years sets everything for your Baby.
I see Parents letting three-year-olds sit for hours and watch Kids Videos on YouTube.