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      Chris
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      What are your go to apps for generally helping you to be a better dad?

      Since my bairn is so young (just 2 months) most of our interactions outside of nappies and walks is songs with silly faces and dancing. The two apps I highly recommend are Bookbug’s Songs and RSNO Astar. Both are free but with a small library size. Another recommendation for the first few weeks after birth is Sound Sleeper, a white noise app. The womb sounds definitely helped my wee one drift off in the first couple of weeks.

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      Daria91
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      To be parents requires the highest level of responsibility, especially when it first happens. At the same time, even if people are getting on to the fact that parenthood is hard work, they are not aware of all the things they should do. In this case, the lack of experience generates great difficulties.However, virtual assistant can help greatly. Here is a list of some helpful apps for tracking a newborn’s vital parameters, mood, symptoms, and so on.They will help to be aware of all the details regarding a baby.

      • This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by Daria91.
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