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Four Must-Have Baby Gadgets for the Working Mom

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Whether you are a full-time working mom, a casual worker, or a mom working from home, you’ll find that balancing career and family life is no easy feat.

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This can be challenging for most new mothers, so we’ve scooped these top baby gadgets that go beyond the basics.

 

Hands-Free Pumping Bra

Hands-Free Pumping Bra

For new moms who are always on the go, a hands-free pumping bra gives you the freedom to pump breast milk while browsing on your work e-mail simultaneously. The Medela double-electric pump is a super cool baby gadget that gives you more milk in less time.

Where to buy: www.medelabreastfeedingus.com

 

Self-Rocking Swing

Self-Rocking Swing

One of the newest baby gadgets this year is the 4Moms Mamaroo self-rocking chair that has attractive flashing lights, and hook-ups for MP3 players. So next time you are running errands around the house, buy yourself some extra time by propping up your baby in this uber-cool swing.

Where to buy: www.4moms.com/mamaroo

 

Foldable Stroller

Foldable Stroller

The lighter the stroller, the easier it is to push. GB Pockit+ is by far the world’s smallest foldable stroller according to Guinness Book of World Records. Having a lightweight stroller that you can fold to the size of a handbag will be a lifesaver when traveling by plane, or when you are running out of space in your car.

Where to buy: www.gb-online.com

 

Baby SmartBand

 

Baby SmartBand

Project Nursery’s Parent+Baby Smartband will track everything from your sleep, calories burned, steps taken, diet, hydration, weight, and exercise.  This baby gadget allows you to track bottle and breastfeeding, pre- and post-natal vitamins, pumping, diaper changes, medications, child weights, fetal movements, and naps.

Where to buy: www.shop.projectnursery.com

 

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