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No App For That: Late Night Feedings

In this week’s edition of No App For That – I find myself looking for an app that will take care of late night feedings. In this app driven world there are many things – but somethings apps just can’t do,

late night feedings

No App For That  – Late Night Feedings

Our little dude Zeke, while he is very cute – doesn’t seem to get this sleeping through the night bit. He’s up to sleeping 6 hours straight – but those hours of sleep have yet to be during normal nightime hours. 4:00 am his internal alarm goes off.
And yes, we’ve tried “turning his hours around” – it’s just not THAT simple people!

So while there is NO app for feeding a baby, specifically thinking late night feedings – I did find these amusing apps.

The Baby Wheel of Responsibility

How is this for BRILLIANT. It’s an app that helps you determine who is responsible for baby.

So take those late night feedings and The Baby Wheel of Responsibility app – and figure out who gets late night duty feeding the baby!

There is even a counter to show who the wheel is landing on most – mom or dad!

Download the Baby Wheel of Responsibility App – for 99 cents from the Apple App Store

The Late Night Book App

The late night book app is a book created for babies and the parents who stay up late with them.

The app’s author, Jim O Loughlin wrote the story for those late nights when he was rocking his children to sleep.

The app contains many features:

–       Soothing music to calm the restless child.

–       High-contrast images to stimulate your infant’s eye development.

–       Rhyming pattern to the text for your child to follow along.

–       Pinch, swipe, tap, and rotate to discover fun surprises in the captivating, interactive illustrations.

The Late Night Book App can be purchased for $2.99 from the Apple App Store

What Do You Wish There Was an App For?

no app for that - late night feedingsWe live in an app crazed world. There is an app for just about everything. Unfortunately, there are somethings that apps just can’t solve. Each week we’ll give a satirical look at the realities of life and what apps can’t solve in the weekly feature – No App For That.