Being a new parent can be a really tough job – there are just so many different responsibilities that one will have to take up and own, not to mention the frazzled, sleepless nights as well as constant clean-ups and diaper changing sessions. Well, when your baby starts to grow older and in those pre-school years, a new set of challenges would present itself – even more so when your little one has another sibling, as two of them can sure as heck cause plenty of havoc around the home. Even at night when you are totally bushed, you might be surprised that your little “Energizer Bunnies” would still continue rambling – how else to help them get to sleep, especially when it comes to avoiding them dreaded night terrors? Enter the Lully.
In a snowball fight, only those who can keep their energy up will be victorious. Your body can only handle the cold for so long, and you don’t want to end up with frostbite from playing outside, so there is a time limitation you face. Of course, no one’s usually keeping score, but you still want to feel like you “won” the day. If you know your throwing arm will fail you at some point but don’t want to give up the good fight, then you might need a little help on the battle field.
When children are young, they use their imagination to come up with adventures at every turn. Rocks and bugs can be their friends just as quickly as a doll or car can. The older they get, the less toys fascinate them because it’s harder to project a personality onto an inanimate object. This creates a gap between children and toys, as it’s a rather one-sided relationship. There are starting to be more and more “smart toys”, but they can’t really keep up with how quickly children learn. It’s no wonder that kids are always after your smartphone or tablet, as it can provide a constant stream of new information.
Children are exposed to the digital world earlier and earlier these days, and there does not seem to be any stopping them to boot. Well, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em, right? Parents will nod in agreement, but then as parents, at the very least you have the responsibility to ensure that your child’s well being is taken care of – especially when he or she happens to plug in a pair of headphones most of the time when using the smartphone or tablet, mainly to enjoy whatever audio or music that is being played back. Well, Puro Sound Labs knows that such a habit could see the risk of cranking up the volume level to unbelievably high levels – which is why they intend to stop the potential rot before it ever starts with the first ever studio-grade Bluetooth Kids Wireless headphones.
If your child is sick, a hectic life can become even more cumbersome awfully quick. Children are not too keen on constant pain, and don’t want to stick a thermometer in their mouth. For parents, knowing whether or not your child has a fever is a must, as you need to know when you’re going to have to head to the doctor’s.
Children can be quite an energetic bunch, so much so that some of them happen to require extra care to keep track of whenever you and the rest of the family head out to a particularly crowded area. Having said that, it might be way too early to introduce the wonders of a smartphone or smartwatch to a child, which is why parents might be on the lookout for an alternative way of keeping in touch with their little ones, without the disadvantages of using a smartphone. Well, perhaps this is where something like the iBudy would come in handy, offering all the benefits of a smartphone sans its disadvantages.