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Forget Me Not Kid Alarms Reminds You Not to Forget Your Kids

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It happens even to the best of parents. When you’ve got too many things on your mind or are simply in a rush, you tend to do things you’d otherwise never do– like leave your kid in the car. For their safety and well-being and for your peace of mind, you might want to check out Beverly Marketing Management’s Forget Me Not Kid alarm system.

The system can be installed in a matter of minutes and is compatible with most car seats and car models. It’s comprised of a sensor pad and an app that communicates via radio frequency and Bluetooth.

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Toymail Lets Parents Send Voicemail to Their Kids’ Toy

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Being a working parent is hard. Aside from missing out on some of your kid’s firsts, it sucks not being able to hang out and bond with your offspring as much as you want to. You can, however, harness the power of modern technology and make them feel your presence one way or another, like with Toymail.

It’s a small, mailbox-shaped toy that lets you send voicemail straight to your kids. The awesome part is that your child can send you messages, too, simply by hitting ‘reply.’

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‘Ignore No More’ App Gives You the Power to Lock Phones Remotely

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Nobody likes being ignored, especially mothers. Unfortunately, kids (and even hubbies) these days ignore parents or their SOs for one reason or the other. Sometimes, it’s understandable. Other times, it causes undue panic because one party might assume that the other is in trouble. With this premise, Sharon Standifird created Ignore No More.

It’s an app that locks a paired device at the push of a button. The app has to be installed on both “parent” and “child” devices in order for it to work. (In some cases, that could be “wife” and “husband” or “girlfriend” and “boyfriend.)

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SaddleBaby Frees Your Hands, Keeps Your Little One Safe

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The reproductive act brings about the existence of miniature versions of your self. This much is clear. And it’s also a given that sooner of later, these mini-yous will want to sit on your shoulders and use you as a horsey. That too is clear, and it’s fine, except for the fact that safety dictates you hold their mini-feet so they don’t fall off your horse shoulders. How do you take a call? How do you do anything? That’s where the SaddleBaby comes in. It’s a harness that straps around your chest and gives your child a cushy seat atop your shoulders. More importantly, it binds their feet so they don’t fall while they’re getting their ride. So now you can walk around, post pictures to Facebook, Instagram your breakfast, take a call, or even flail your arms around for no reason, all the while being a not-completely-irresponsible parent. Any device that helps us be better parents with less effort is fine by us. It’s $90 and totally worth it, in our opinion.

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If You Can’t Afford a Rocking Horse: Knee Horsey

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For most people, the first thing they ever took a ride on was a rocking horse. They aren’t quite as popular as they used to be, with the advent of newer and more high tech toys, but they still hold a special place in the hearts of those who remembered the fun they had just rocking in place on the wooden horse.

They’re also not very practical anymore, considering the tight spaces most people live in now. The fun, not to mention cheaper, alternative? The Knee Horsey, which is basically a plush horse head with buckles on the side that are meant to go around a fun-loving parent’s leg. It can even make horsey and galloping sounds, which can be activated by pressing its left ear. Once it’s in place, just call your tiny tot to come for a ride.

Here’s to making memories! The Knee Horsey is available online for $49.99.

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Power Ranger Onesies for Your Little Power Ranger

Power Ranger Onesies Remember the good old days when you’d sing to theme of Power Rangers as the live action program began on television? The show has evolved over the years (it went back on air last February with Power Rangers Megaforce.) It’s got a lot more competition on the small screen but if you grew up with the crew, then there’ll always be that spot that nothing else can replace.

Start your child on the path of righteousness early by dressing them up in these adorable Power Rangers onesies! They might not grow up to love the show as much as you did, but you can always teach them a thing or two about what the Rangers stand for while they’re in their Ranger garb.

Available in blue, green, black, yellow, red, and pink. Where’s the onesie for the White Ranger?

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Turn Your Baby Into A Tiny Human Burrito

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You’re looking at a circular piece of cloth that is 40 inches across. It looks like a tortilla and if you wrap your infant in it, he’ll look like a burrito faster than you can say ‘Taco Bell’. That’s cute, and who doesn’t like cute? It’s half polyester, half cotton and the only colour it comes in is “flour”. It’ll cost ya all of $48.

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BrdsNBz is a Texting Service Where Teens Can Ask About the Birds and the Bees

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It’s unfortunate, but not all kids feel comfortable enough with their parents to bring up the birds and the bees when the time to talk about it rolls around. The same goes with some parents trying to initiate the old sex ed talk. Addressing the matter to make sure teens stay safe and informed is BrdsNBz. It’s a texting service that’s geared towards teens and parents that lets them send in sexual health questions. The service promises that the asker will receive a response from a health expert within 24 hours.

The service is being offered by New Mexico and North Carolina. California has a similar program called HookUp 365247, which sends weekly sex ed tips and information on nearby reproductive health clinics to those who signed up.

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Eight-Year-Old Spends $6,000 on In-App Purchases–Now See Why You Should Keep Your Phone Away From Kids?

Girl Spends 6K on Apple Apps

There are many reasons why you shouldn’t leave a kid alone with your phone. For one, they might delete messages or important emails without your knowledge. That could spell a lot of trouble for you, especially if they have to do with work. Another reason is that they often tap buttons they shouldn’t and end up making purchases that they haven’t cleared with you. This has happened to so many people all over the world, and yet parents still leave their kids with their devices.

Another case is that of Lee Neale and his eight-year-old daughter, who spend over £4,000 (about $6,000) on in-app purchases. Apparently, his daughter had seen him key in his password to purchase stuff and memorized it, keying it in later on when she made her own purchases.

Lee pleaded with Apple to cancel the purchases, but the former didn’t relent at first, and understandably so. It was only when Lee went to the media with his story that Apple granted him a refund. Continue Reading