Hey moms on the go!
As much as we would like to, it’s nearly impossible to be with your kids every second of every day. Whether you’re working, traveling, or simply out and about getting things done for the rest of the family, while you’re out and about you still want the peace of mind that your child is safe and well taken care of. This is especially true for new moms and moms with infants.
I recently partnered with BabyBit, a groundbreaking new smart + mobile baby monitor that’s launching via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign soon and helping moms around the world stay connected to their babies while they’re away.
BabyBit provides parents with real-time mobile updates on their baby’s location, status, and general well-being. The updates are configurable, insightful and actionable so that parents aren’t inundated with information that they can’t use. Some things that BabyBit can do that other monitors don’t include:
>> Notify the parent when the baby is dropped off or picked up by a caregiver
You won’t have to wait on a text or phone call to know that the baby got picked up from daycare on time and is headed to grandma’s house. With a quick glance at your mobile notifications, your mind can be put at ease.
>> Alert the parent when the baby is crying for an extended period or unable to be consoled
If you’re not at home, it does you no good to know every single time the baby cries, but with BabyBit you can set your notifications to alert you if the baby’s been crying for a period of time that you think is too long or unusual.
>> Detect when the baby is sleeping on its stomach and alert both the caregiver and the parent
Should the baby roll over on its stomach during a nap, the caregiver will be alerted immediately. If the baby stays on its stomach (for a period of time that you set), you’ll be notified as well.
Aside from the notifications, there are more details available within the app. There you can see if the baby is awake or asleep and content or crying. You can also get insights into how attentive the caregiver is and what the baby’s disposition has been while they’ve been with the caregiver.
You can see a video of BabyBit in action here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-N_SXdCfgE
I’m personally excited for BabyBit to hit the market and I know many of you will be too. It’s a must have for any mom with a young baby (and it would make a great gift)! That’s why I’m encouraging you to support their Indiegogo campaign, which launches on June 20th: https://igg.me/at/babybit/5593650. The faster they reach their goal, the faster you can get your hands on a BabyBit.
For more information about BabyBit and to sign up for their email updates, please visit http://landing.babybittech.com.
In the meantime, I’d love to hear what you think about BabyBit and any tips you might have for moms on the go to stay connected to their babies when they can’t be with them.