5 Best Smart Home Gadgets for New Parents

Smart home technology has the power to make parenting a little bit easier. This quick guide to the 5 best smart home devices for new parents has you covered on all you need to know to get started.

We all know how hard parenting can be.

It’s okay to admit that you need help, and while help can come in many forms, there’s an emerging sector of technology that’s becoming increasingly popular among new parents: smart home technology.

While smart home technology certainly isn’t required to be a great parent, it can definitely help. We know how full your hands are with your new baby, which is why we’ve compiled this quick list of 5 of the highest-rated smart home gadgets for new parents.

1. Nanit Plus Smart Baby Monitor

Say goodbye to traditional baby monitors!

No matter where you are, you can instantly connect to your baby through WiFi-connected two-way audio and remote viewing with the Nanit Plus Smart Baby Monitor. Smart notifications keep you in the loop whenever your baby moves in their crib, and temperature and humidity sensors monitor your baby’s environment to make sure that they’re sleeping comfortably. 

2. Ring Video Doorbell Pro

One of the most common worries as a new parent is keeping your child safe at home.

The Ring Video Doorbell Pro can help ease your worries by allowing you to vet each visitor who comes to your door from the safety of inside of your home.

This smart doorbell sends alerts to your phone each time motion is detected at your door or when visitors press your doorbell, constantly monitoring the outside of your home to keep you and your family safe and sound. 

3. Hatch Baby Rest

The Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise has everything you need to keep your baby sleeping soundly.

Seamlessly combining a gentle night light, a sound machine, and a time-to-rise alert, this smart device can be controlled remotely entirely through your smartphone.

It can be programmed to turn on and off automatically based on your baby’s sleeping schedule, encouraging better sleep by creating the ideal sleeping environment for your child.

4. BlueSmart mia2 – Intelligent Baby Feeding Monitor

Feeding your baby just got easier with the BlueSmart mia2 Intelligent Baby Feeding Monitor.

This smart feeding device automatically records baby feeding data to its accompanying mobile app to ensure optimal feedings for your baby.

Features include automatic portion measurement, temperature alerts, expiration warnings, a feeding timer,  and an angle alert. Allowing you to set feeding goals and receive customized feeding suggestions, this device works with nearly any baby bottle.

5. Amazon Echo

This list isn’t complete without mentioning Amazon Echo. In addition to being able to control many of your other smart devices, Amazon Echo has an endless number of voice-controlled features to help make your life as a new parent a little bit easier.

Ask Alexa to play relaxing sleep sounds for your baby, track your baby’s food intake, set timers, entertain your young child with engaging games and personalized bedtime stories, get ideas on what to make for dinner, add items to your grocery list, keep track of chores and so much more.

Alexa’s voice-controlled capabilities allow you to get things done while your hands are full with your baby, making it easy to multitask and stay on top of everything that life throws at you.

Bottom Line

Parenting will always be a challenging–albeit rewarding–venture, but as smart home technology continues to grow, it’s definitely getting a little bit easier.

If you’re looking to get more sleep, ease some of your worries, or simply get your sanity back, these smart home products will help. Both tech-savvy parents and those new to tech will find it easy to assemble and use these products, making them perfect for anyone who’s open to allowing smart home technology to make their home life run smoother.

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