The #1 baby app worldwide! Understand why & when your baby suddenly cries more than usual, is not themselves and… what you can do to help. Your baby is suddenly crying all the time, clinging to you, and you ask yourself what is wrong. The good news is that this fussy crying phase is a sign of progress in the brain! Millions of parents have gone before you in following, supporting, and encouraging the 10 leaps in the mental development of their baby or babies. It is with good reason that Apple has declared it to be in the top 10 of the “Best sold apps in 2018, 2019 & 2020” TRACK YOUR BABY’S MENTAL DEVELOPMENT (0-20 MONTHS) - Learn all about the 10 mental leaps with tips, tricks & mind-blowing insights. - Your unique personalized leap schedule shows when a leap starts and ends, and… it counts down for you. - Discover how you can give your baby the help they need during the various stages of a leap. - Know when you can expect new skills. - Keep track of your baby’s development and milestones in the diary. - Gain insight into your baby’s perception of the world. - Experience the world through your baby’s eyes. OPTIONAL EXTRAS: - Over 350 extra milestones to keep track of in your diary - Baby monitor: Wi-Fi 4G (INCLUDING 7 chapters on sleep from the book) - E-Book (in full or per chapter) - Audiobook (in full or per chapter) - Music to lull your baby to sleep (white noise & music) WORLDWIDE AWARD: WINNING APP: - Declared by Apple to be in the top 10 “Best sold apps in 2018, 2019 & 2020” - Most downloaded paid app in Health and Fitness - Award for “Coolest App for Moms” - “Choice & Gold” Award from users, MumIi - AppRx Awards Top 10 “Children’s Health App” - NHS (UK) – “Best App for Parents” Especially for parenthood. The baby tracker for your baby’s leaps in their mental development. You can keep track of your baby’s milestones and your baby’s growth in our The Wonder Weeks! baby tracker. A leap for you and your baby. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE Disclaimer: This app has been developed with the greatest of care. However, neither the developer, nor the author is liable for any damage caused by inaccuracies or incompleteness of the app.
So I love the concept. What a great idea to be able to use devices you have as a baby monitor for on the go or just at home. BUT what would take this to the next level and make this ultra useful would be to integrate this with Apple Watch or other smart watches. If I could leave my watch in the room with the baby and get notifications for noises on my phone that would be GOLD. All the other smart watch hacks involve leaving your phone with the kid but I don’t know anyone who wants to go that long without being able to utilize their phone. Make it so I can pair my Apple Watch and leave it in the baby room and you’re on to a niche that isn’t represented in the market!
I ALWAYS used the baby monitor (for about a month) but a couple days ago it stopped working. I’ve tried troubling shooting everything and nothing is working. Really disappointed that I spent the money on the app and the additional money on the monitor for it to quit working all together…
If you can ignore grammar issues, typos, and repeats it’s awesome! I do wish it went to even older. The study this is based on went all the way to college.
The app goes based off of due date not birth weight. My baby was born two weeks early and it is exactly two weeks off. What’s even the point of the app then?
the app is great for knowing when leaps are coming. the skills part? not so much. leap 6 skills are things that a baby that young would never be doing like asking to build a block tower, playing peek a boo with a younger baby, showing that they think something is dirty, understanding names of animals. leap 7 skills consist of trying to talk on the phone, imitating cooking, trying to undress themselves, saying “yum” when eating. i doubt any 9 month old would be doing these things. i wish i didn’t pay for this app. there are way better FREE apps that can sum up milestones and skills that your baby should be doing. i feel like i paid money just to know why my daughter is fussy, which could honestly be a number of reasons that don’t have an underlying issue.
The book and app have been protested as being a waste. There is no evidence that anything is correct. All it does is make parents anxious that their children aren’t reaching milestones that are WAY beyond their child’s developmental age. It’s pretty unlikely that my 4.5 month old will be pulling things out of cupboards, considering she can’t sit or crawl. I am thrilled that she figured out how to roll over. Get the CDC milestones app. It’s free, realistic, and reassuring.
I was surprised to see how accurate this is in predicting changes in my baby’s behavior and awareness. I love being able to be more aware and empathetic to my son. I also love being able to play with him and stimulate his new skills.
So helpful. I recommend it to all my mom friends.
While this app is great for tracking when and how long a leap is, it should really include what to expect during the leap. How might baby act? What might be affected (sleep, eating, etc)? I also wish it showed the exact dates for each phase for your specific baby rather than a little line on the calendar. So much needs to be improved with this app.
I have twins who are very different in their developmental stages. They obviously share a due date so this app is not very accurate for them. I’m honestly not even sure if it’s accurate for either of them. I guess the info about the stages is helpful, but I definitely don’t have time to log in all of the things they both do throughout the day. Not worth paying for this app for me.