BabySparks App – You’re a lifesaver!

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I admit, I am not one creative mama. I would rather buy and save myself the hassle of thinking and then creating. However, it doesn’t stop me from looking at Pinterest and thinking:

“How come I haven’t thought of that?”

So, obviously, when it comes to baby activities, it’s the same. I’m sure Lowe gets bored with me, he just can’t tell me yet as he doesn’t speak. So, I was in search of daily activities suited for babies aged 5 months and then I came across this application.

For mommies like me who doesn’t want to think anymore about what else to do to keep my baby entertained also developing and growing at the same time, this application is a lifesaver! It is quite pricey though for an application, Php 1000+ (USD 20+) depending on the option you will choose since it’s billed annually.

Using this app, you can monitor the progress of your li’l bub, his milestones and what are the things his age group is capable of and what can you do to develop and promote that. Every day for the next two years, you will have a checklist of things/activities to do to promote your bub’s motor skills, cognitive, sensory, etc. It’s not a must that you complete the checklist. Remember:

Every baby is different, much like an adult, they grow at different rates.

As for me? I am just so thankful for technology, Lowe’s not stuck on his bicycle exercises and plain old tummy times, there will be variations! I am sure he’s happy too!

This Sleepy Mama is sold!


9 thoughts on “BabySparks App – You’re a lifesaver!

  1. I am just scare of kids addict to high tech in their early ages. Maybe reading and exercising could be another good choices of entertainment.


  2. This sounds like such a useful app for moms of very young children. I love that there are different activities that you can try out. I love that it is geared towards the parents instead of the children.


  3. Fantastic! I’m a big fan of helping children develop into their natural abilities. This app could be a game changer for a lot of parents!


  4. I don’t have small kids anymore, but this app is a lifesaver. I love that it will help us monitor a child’s progress and development.


  5. What a neat app! Having a baby can be so overwhelming, and it is nice to have some tools to help. It is so useful to know about milestones and caring for your baby.


  6. This sounds like a useful app for new mom’s. I raised both mine before the age of technology but I still did age appropriate activities with them starting from birth. I just went to my local bookstore and bought a book with developmentally appropriate activities. I still have the book packed away with a bunch of other things to give to my daughter when she becomes a mom.


  7. As much as this sounds great – I had twins recently and I didn’t even have time to pee never mind use an app haha- I should have named my blog the walking dead mama 🙂


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