With great power comes great responsibility, and the power to procreate is a big responsibility. When your little youngling comes into the world you cuddle them and coo over them; then, a moment of panic occurs. What if I can’t handle this? Who is going to help me? Will my parental superpowers kick in now, or will they slowly pick up over time?
Not to worry, dear readers. With the technological advances of the past few years, inventors and distributors have come up with plenty of helpful devices to guide you along your adventure.
The Mamaroo Bouncer
Baby chairs these days are nothing like the ones we cuddled into as infants. Giggle’s MamaRoo Plush Bouncer is one example of how rockin’ modern technology is. The bouncer provides built in nature sounds and different speed and motion settings. The coolest thing about this particular baby bouncer is how advanced the motion tech is. It actually mimics the movements made by the parent. If your baby can feel like it’s being held, while you’re cleaning the kitchen or taking a shower, you know baby tech is up to standards. You can feel at ease knowing that your youngling is snuggled safely in this bouncer.
Babycook Pro 2X
The transition from milk and formula to baby food is definitely an adventure. You start off hunting for the foods with the right nutrients and vitamins for you child, but then have to hurdle through their taste preferences and mood swings. The Babycook pro 2X makes over nine cups of baby food in 15 minutes. This device gives you the option to bypass the processed baby food aisle and make your child’s food at home quickly and safely. You can grind up and smooth out the food, freeze it until it’s time to eat, then actually reheat that same dish all in this device. The Babycook makes a one parent job twice as easy and efficient.
4moms Origami Stroller
The Origami Stroller is seriously the coolest thing I’ve seen in weeks. I strongly remember having to hold bags of groceries or purses while my mom broke out the baby stroller for my little brother. You have to have both hands free and a couple extra moments to unfold and set up the device. It’s a hassle, but this process has been accepted as a simply fact of life. Thankfully we live in the age of technology, and this origami stroller is thebomb.com
With the simple push of a button, the 4moms Origami Stroller unravels and sits upright. Generators in the rear wheels charge the stroller as you walk. It is recommended that you plug the origami in every two weeks, but other than that you’re good to go. An LCD screen shows you battery life, and you can even charge your cell phone through the stroller. Coolest. Stroller. Ever.
The Loopa Gyroscopic Bowl
After infancy, your kiddo’s mobile motivation will develop. It’s easy to keep track of a little baby, but once toddler-dom hits you must be prepared for anything, including snack time. With energy abounding, food is flung every which way out of either excitement or frustration. Toddlers are unpredictable, but the Loopa Gyroscopic Toddler Bowl is here to save the day. If you watch the video demonstration you’ll see just how this helpful little gadget works. The twirls live up to their namesake and twirl around, keeping the center of the bowl safely still. I bet the parents of the techie generation would have loved a Loopa bowl when we were kids.