We've posted plenty here about how the iPhone can be a useful organising tool, but babblebaby offers up a useful roundup on applications for Apple's iconic gadget that make life easier for parents. If you've never contemplated using your iPhone as a baby monitor, breastfeeding tracker or nappy-management-tool (really), it's worth checking out the options, if only so you can show off at the next mother's group meeting.
Using The iPhone For Less Stressful Parenting
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