Originally I had the Wonder Weeks book recommended to me but I never got round to investigating it. About 3 weeks ago the Wonder Weeks app popped up on my radar through another blog and I decided to have a look into it.
You put in you child’s details and you can add numerous children onto the app just by entering their name, age, whether they are a boy or girl and an optional picture…
The leaps screen looks like this:
It’s full of information on what your baby’s brain is up to during that particular developmental leap.
It’s full of information and splits it out into 4 areas – Summary, Abilities, Signs and Help. The information is easy to read, not overwhelming and provides really useful and key points covering the leap that your child is going through. Signs is a key section because it tells you what your baby might be doing to indicate he or she is going through a particular leap. So far it’s been spot on with Little I’s and has really helped me understand why she’s being a certain way or more difficult at times!
The leaps tab shows you all the leaps that your baby will go through at some point:
The chart tab is fab because it is a diagrammatic way of showing when your baby will hit different leaps. It’s a quick and easy reference page:
As I said, so far, it’s been spot on with Little I’s leaps and I would highly recommend any new mum to download the app. It’s just another way of trying to make life with a baby easier to understand!
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