As a millennial mom, tech is right up my alley!
Millennial moms were born between 1978 and 1994. Approximately one in five moms today is a millennial. Which of course means we are up-to-date on the latest technology (or we try to be), we are engaged and all over social media, we are a different generation; therefore we have a different parenting style.
There are so many different qualities we have as millennial moms, but most importantly at the end of the day we have the same qualities of moms from other generations… we do everything in our power to protect our kids.
I make sure I give them everything I possible can, and I try to stay as current as I possibly can when it comes to having the best gadgets for them.
Here is my list of 5 Fun Gadgets For Millennial Moms:
1. Pottery Barn Night Lights
Because what small child goes to bed in the dark? Why not give them a nightlight that is fun and something they look forward to turning on and off. This is perfect for a little boy or a little girl!
2. Braun Thermometer
Because all kids get sick right? And if you are reading this and you are claiming your child never gets sick…. Well, I want to know your trick! This cool gadget lights up green if your child is good to go, and red if your child is running a fever.
3. Cat In The Hat Read And Learn App
My step-son is headed off to first grade and my husband and I are doing everything in our power to help him learn to read. This app has been fantastic! While the narrator reads each page to you, each word lights up to help kids recognize the words while hearing it at the same time. Download this app today if you have a child that is learning to read.
4. Dot And Dash
Dot and dash are toy robots.
Dash can be programed for an unlimited number of things. Dot detects when and where it can move. It teaches kids computer science (hands on) They are designed to be programmed by your children and designed to be played with by a child. This is a great invention for kids.
MobiGo is a touch screen learning system that is made for kids. It has both a touch screen and a real keyboard. We got this for my step-son when he was a toddler and I know we will be getting it for our daughter when she is a little older. I truly believe this system helped him learn a few things at a quicker rate than normal.
What tech are you investing in for your child? Let us know in the comment section below!
Kelly Wonderlin expanded her entrepreneurial reach coining the term, “It’s A Wonderful Wonderlin Life” and sharing it with the world on her YouTube channel and blog. Kelly works in a marketing/advertising/social media space and often partners with really cool brands as a video correspondent, spokesperson and (or) brand rep. Above all Kelly balances her professional life with her family and personal life.
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