Little one on the way? Luckily there are plenty of gadgets to help the 21st century mom and dad. We scoured registry favorites Target and Amazon for the best of baby tech to satisfy any new parent’s needs.

 

The WiFi Baby 4 MonitorThe WiFi Baby 4 Monitor

Your little one won’t get away with anything. This cam connects to your smartphone or tablet and sends video, audio and alerts. It supports up to 4 monitors and includes night vision – up to 30 ft in range.

Available at Amazon.

 

4Moms Origami Stroller4Moms Origami Stroller

This stroller is so smart it does everything short of pushing itself. It opens and closes at the push of a button and charges its own wheels. It charges your cell phone and lights up below the base. The LCD dashboard displays temperature, speed and distance traveled.

Available at Target and Amazon.

Kiinde Kozii Bottle WarmerKiinde Kozii Bottle Warmer

The safe bet for bottle and food warming, the Kozii follows all CDC and USDA guidelines. Its SAFEHeat technology allows high speed warming using a safe water bath. It has a built-in thermometer to avoid overeating and won’t damage key nutrients in breast milk.
Available at Target and Amazon.

 

Crane Smart WiFi Ultrasonic Cool Mist HumidifierCrane Smart WiFi Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier

Using Crane’s SmartHOME Whitedrop technology and clean control anti-microbial material, it connects to your smartphone or tablet, allowing you to turn it on/off, control humidity output, set the timer and receive alerts when the tank is almost empty.

Available at Target and Amazon.

 

Kinsa Smart ThermometerKinsa Smart Thermometer

Designed for peace of mind, Kinsa remembers temperature readings, symptoms and other notes for each member of your family so you don’t have to. Send illness history directly to your doctor, and lean on Kinsa for medical guidance based on your child’s age and fever reading to help you decide what to do next. No batteries required.

Available at Target and Amazon.

 

 

Munchkin Arm & Hammer Diaper PailMunchkin Arm & Hammer Diaper Pail

Get that diaper smell under control with a trusted name in odor elimination. This pail self-seals its own bags and comes with a vented baking soda dispenser to keep smell under control. Its ring snaps shut automatically when it’s time to dispose.

Available at Target and Amazon.

 

Gro-egg Room ThermometerGro-egg Room Thermometer

Keeping a newborn’s body temperature stable is key. The Gro-egg changes color to alert you when the temperature in your baby’s room is too hot or cold. It also glows and can be used as a nightlight.

Available at Amazon.

 

4Moms Mamaroo Bouncer4Moms Mamaroo Bouncer

Arguably one of the most helpful inventions for parents, baby bouncers can offer much needed rest for mom’s tired arms. This one goes high tech with 5 unique motions that mimic mom’s moves, and bluetooth-enabled sound and motion control so you can adjust it right from your smartphone.

Available at Target and Amazon.

 

Boon Flair Pedestal High ChairBoon Flair Pedestal High Chair

This high chair is a dream for parents of kids who haven’t yet learned to not play with their food. It’s easy to clean, with no cracks and crevices. It auto-adjusts height using hydraulics to fit any table and is equipped with breaks to keep your little one from rolling away.

Available at Target and Amazon.

 

Kumki Bluetooth ElephantKumki Bluetooth Elephant

An elephant may not be the first thing on your registry list, but this is smarter than the ordinary elephant. It pairs with any Bluetooth enabled device and allows you to play just about any music, sounds or stories for your child, including a recording of your own voice. You can speak to your child through Kumki and it acts as a wireless                                                                                                                   speaker.

Available at Amazon.

Thanks to Thea Sokolowski at Kinsa for putting this list together and letting me share it on MIH. You can see this article and learn more about Kinsa and their recommendations for parents on the Kinsa blog.

Thea Sokolowski