Thursday

Pocket Nanny




Being a new parent can be stressful, and although we have new parents, old parents, single parents, and married parents, there is only one kind of perfect parent.  A perfect parent is one who always tries and loves unconditionally.  We will all make mistakes in parenting, its human nature to make a mistake.  We can sometimes yell a little loud, sleep a little long or other endless things that we will look back on and think “hum I probably shouldn’t have done that”. 

Itzbeen has come up with a little resource to help eliminate some of those mistakes or if you’re like me, remind me not to make as many.  Pocket Nanny was introduced to consumers in 2007 and has won awards from Juvenile Products Manufacturing Associations and IParenting Media Award.  With that being said, I can understand why.

As a “Seasoned Parent” (or old, but I prefer seasoned), I would love to say that I even to this day remember to give my children their medications when they are sick like clockwork.  But I don’t, so I couldn’t even begin to expect a new parent to remember things like medication or time schedules for nursing/feeding.  The pocket Nanny has reminder software to help you remember how long it has been since you have changed a diaper, fed your child, how long they have been asleep, or when you last gave your sweet baby their medication.  Along with the counting “how long since” there are optional alarms you can set for a maximum time limit. 

For nursing mothers, there are even convenient nursing features to help keep track of which side your baby last fed from. 

What do I like most about Pocket Nanny?  As moms we carry around way too many things, but pocket nanny has a easy clip you can attach to your diaper bag or shirt and it’s only about the size of an I-phone but a little thicker. 
 

Thank you Itzbeen for another great mommy product, and thank you for allowing us to give one of our readers one!  So who are my new mommies out there?  Tell me who you know that could use a Pocket Nanny and claim your entries below. 


I received one or more of the products mentioned above free for review purposes.  Regardless, I will only recommend products that I have personally tested/tried and believe will be a good fit for my readers.  AlyGators is not responsible for any Giveaway items.  All giveaway items will be shipped directly from the company that sponsors our giveaway.

26 comments:

  1. I could use this to remember Aly's meds at night I always forget and then have to wake her and give them to her.

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  2. I can tell you that Pocket Nanny would have been a huge help when I was nursing the twins when they were infants! It's not as big of a deal now that they are weaning though, but I can see how remembering to change who's diaper and stuff would have been so much easier with something like this!

    If I were to win this, I'd give it to my sister - a first time mom whose baby boy was born in December. :)

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  3. This would have been great when I was nursing, but even now with just trying to keep a set schedule with everything would be great.

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  4. THIS IS NEW TO ME BUT WOULD LIKE TO SEE HOW IT WORKS

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  5. We are expecting our 2nd child, gosh I wish we had this when we had our first!

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  6. Baby #2 is on the way and this would be so great to help me with keeping track of time and which side for nursing! I had such a hard time with baby #1, I couldn't keep track...I tried using the notes app on my iphone but kept erasing everything by mistake, and I even tried a bracelet that had markings for time/side but it was uncomfortable. This would make life so much easier, especially with two kids! :)

    Tia Quinn

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  7. would love to win im expecting mother of twins and this would help me out alot with nursing thanks for the chance good luck everyone

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  8. We have a preemie so keeping track of all the meds and all that is involved this would be a great help.

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  9. My niece has a 7-month old and is pregnant again. I know she could use this.

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  10. My daughter could certainly use this as their bedroom is downstairs and the baby's is upstairs.

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  11. I don't know but I am willing to see if it makes my life easier

    chanceuse23 at yahoo dot com

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  12. My friend will soon bring her newborn home from the hospital where the baby has been for the past 5 months. Iam sure she could use the Pocket Nanny to keep track of the times for her needs.

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  13. I visited the web site AlyGators and fell in love with the Butt Bench.

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  14. My husbands older brother and his wife are expecting their first child and which they were not sure if she was going to be able to have a baby at all so quite a blessing. They both tend to be a tad ocd about having the no germs,no messes of any kind around their son,which is really cute and all but having a 3 yr old boy has taught me that all sounds real nice but the reality of it is that's just not going to be avoidable. I know they would appreciate something like this a great deal.

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  15. My sister has a 24 month old that is in the process of potty training and a second one due April 1st...not fooling! Ha ha but I know she would just love this as a gift.

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  16. hope I can win, know the perfect person for this.

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  17. This would be great for my daughter. She has a toddler and baby #2 due soon.

    Deborah

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  18. I'm a Great Gramma baby sitting for a 6 week old...this would sure help me out a bunch.

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  19. It would really help me with breat feeding & sleep schedule. I have a niece & a another on the way. We need this!! lol

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  20. I have a friend who is a new mother and I think this would be a great gift for her

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  21. I would give it to my best friend. She is due on April 14.

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