Warning: Products in this list may make you think motherhood is a bit like being a secret agent with all these gadgets…

Parenthood is no laughing matter, especially for new moms. Luckily, there are some really cool gadgets on the market that can make the life of new moms much, much easier. To celebrate parenthood and new moms, we have decided to list some of the best gadgets to buy for them…

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iBaby Care M7

Moms want to know that their babies are safe at all times, but it can be difficult when they have to be away from home. The iBaby Care M7 is more than just a baby monitor. The device instantly streams a live video and audio feed to iOS devices, as well reports on the air quality, room temperature and humidity.

Benbini Mommy Watch

Moms need to keep track of time – not only the current time, but constantly find themselves having to remember when to breastfeed and when their baby needs to have a nap. This can all be overwhelming. The Benbini Mommy Watch makes keeping track of time a painless process.

Includes a slider to track breastfeeding or naps, and is made of a super soft silicon to avoid scratching or harming your baby.

Oh, and cleaning vomit off the watch is a breeze.

4moms mamaRoo 4

The mamaRoo4 is a revolution in baby seating. This device provides a comfortable option for a baby to take naps in, providing advanced technology that mimics the movement of the baby’s mom. The device can be controlled via a Bluetooth Enabled device and has several settings for the baby and the mom’s convenience.

You can:

  • Mimic your rocking motion
  • Play soothing music from your playlist on your smart phone
  • Is used in over 400 hospitals

Itzbeen Pocket Nanny

Keeping track of everything that needs to be done to care for a newborn can be hard, which is why the Itzbeen Pocket Nanny is another perfect gadget for new moms. This device offers reminders for when the baby needs to be changed and fed, and keeps track of their sleep-wake cycles.

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