Baby gadgets can help parents get some needed sleep

Sunday, June 9, 2019
David Novak, The Gadget Guy

A lot of babies are born in the summer. Seems to be the season many like to start families. But newborns are stressful. How about some help with that concern with these baby gadgets guaranteed to provide safety and comfort to baby, but most of all, a little more sleep for the parents.

Smart Sock 

Slip the Owlet Smart Sock 2 on your newborn before bed, and it begins to monitor baby's heart rate and oxygen levels, and will notify you if anything is abnormal. An app dives deeper into these stats, and allows you to share them with your pediatrician.  $200.
Baby Live Stream

The Infant Optics DXR-8 Baby Monitor is rated the best radio baby monitor of the year. It has interchangeable lenses to customize viewing angles. It also includes night vision, a talk-back function and a room temperature setting to assure your baby is not too warm, not too cold.  $165.


With the push of a button, the Doona Car Seat transforms from a car seat to a stroller. It's your fully integrated travel system in a single product. Comes in 6 colors, and is even aircraft approved. $500.
Diaper Ease

The SnoofyBee Clean Hands Changing Padis 3 products in one: A changing pad, a diaper clutch and a diaper-time playmat. The top wraps around baby, keeping his hands busy and away from down below. Hang toys on the strap to keep your little one occupied. $30.


Ava the Elephant Singing Medicine Dispenser makes medicine time easier and fun, for both you and the little one. Baby will be charmed with Ava’s adorable design, as well as the lovely, enchanting music. Dispense medicine with one hand, while holding your baby with the other for a fight-free experience. $13.

Doona Car Seat

Smart Soct

Editor's note
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