Last week, I shared you with you the very IMPRACTICAL stuff you can get for your baby in my post, MILLION DOLLAR BABY.

This time, I want to share with you some really cool and Hi-tech stuff that are out there, available for your wee one.

There are lots of videos, very short ones, but it's really is interesting to watch and see how our world has gotten so tech-y not just for you and me, but for the babies as well!


4Moms Origami Stroller
Basically, it's what every mom would want if possible in a stroller, power fold by the push of a button.
It has a small generator that generates power as you use it, it's got LED lights, charger for your phone, and of course a place for your baby and some other stuff. You gotta see this video to see what I mean...

The downside to this? It's heavy, about 35 lbs I think, and not cheap, about $850 and it does not recline all the way flat. But you know what, we got this stroller recently and we think we're gonna love it, will let you know... :-)


4moms Breeze play yard
May seem very typical right? But the cool part comes in the ease of opening and closing this thing, just watch...

I think it's pretty cool, somebody get me this PPPUUULLEEEEZZZ ;-)

Carkoon Car Seat -$800
It basically supposed to cocoon your baby from any debris and protect from whiplash in case of an accident. Also sends out emergency/location signal on impact, cool huh!

Angel Care Baby Monitor -$185
Other than just listening and seeing your baby, it acts like a walkie-talkie and you can literally sing your baby to sleep if she ever wakes up in the middle of the night (hopefully). :-)

Whithings Smart Baby Monitor $217.39
This one is iPad, iPod and iPhone compatible so you can see baby anytime, anywhere. I think it costs too much though. :-(

4Moms Infant Tub -$50
This could make a perfect gift. Aside from the cool color-coded temperature sensor, clean water is supposed to flow in one direction and dirty water out the another!  


CTA iPotty - $19.38 on Amazon

Yup, it's basically a potty with an iPad holder. But for toilet-training kiddos, this might help to keep the little one sitting still for at least 5 minutes after every meal. 


Cry translator app -$4.99
As the name implies this app claims to 'translate' your baby's cry to what baby needs! 
Will let you know my verdict once I try it out on my own babe ;-)

So, what do you think? Which one do you wish you have or had with your little one and which one you can definitely live without? 

Have a Nice Day!


 Would love to hear your thoughts! Please share away...


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