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This is a pretty cool app. It allows multiple caregivers to input information about the baby's day and synchronize it across all devices. I mainly got it so that my sister in law who is watching the baby twice a week could record how much she is drinking and how often so that I know if I am pumping enough and to get an idea of how much milk/diapers I will need to take to day care each day.
You can track just about everything. It also has handy timers, so you can click "Start sleeping" and it will mark when she starts sleeping, then when you click stop, it records the time. I suppose if you're a stay at home mom, this might not be incredibly useful. But when you have to coordinate with other peope, it's awesome. I can see what she's been up to while I am at work.
Here is a screenshot of today's activities:
Also, I make no money off of this nor do I know the people who made it. I was just looking for something to avoid wasting a bunch of paper tracking this information.
I tracked sleep/wake patterns with my son in a similarly detailed way (even though I was a stay-at-home mom) because he had colic, and it was really helpful to see when it was the worst and how much he was actually sleeping, etc. I bet this would make it even easier.
Mama to an elementary school boy, kindergarten girl, and my miracle toddler girl.
Three 10w losses (11/2010 + 8/2011 + 10/2014)