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Baby Care Guide: Parenting Tips & Essential Info for New Dads, Mothers & Grandparents for iOS

By John Duke Design $1.99

Developer's Description

In Dad's Care is the #1 survival guide for dads left holding the baby. If Dad is home alone with the new baby, this App will keep him out of trouble as it has heaps of Dad oriented baby care information - and you can add your own specific baby care notes. Mom - you can hand Dad the baby and this great App and go out! WHAT'S IN IT? ✓ Core baby care parenting information to help new dads in sole charge. ✓ Unique notes function! Add your own notes anywhere in the App. ✓ Highlighted boxes with tips, important information, and serious stuff a new dad really really needs to know. ✓ Additional parenting information to give a new dad a bigger picture. BONUS Survival Notes for Dad: + A new Dad can get stressed - tips for helping Dad handle it. + Sex - will it ever happen again? + Tips for supporting the new baby's Mom. + Identifying and dealing with "Baby Blues" and Post Natal Depression ALSO: First Aid - brief notes on how to prepare for medical dramas with your new baby. Grandparent updater - things have changed since they had you. Facebook page - share your photos showing how well it all went (or didn't). WHY THIS APP? A new baby's needs are always changing and it's not easy for new dads to keep up to speed with what is required. This App helps by providing you with the essential baby care information and either parent can customize it to suit your new baby's changing needs. Baby care and parenting books and other sources of information lack one key feature - they don't allow for what happens in your home, nor do they allow for the unique qualities of your new baby. Problem solved! This parenting App is doubly useful as the notes function allows you to enter specific information about your new baby e.g. feeding, bathing times, special needs - in fact anything you want! And it can be entered either upfront as a general note, or directly in the relevant baby care section. BONUS Survival Notes for Dad - some dads are going to find having a new baby stressful. Life has changed completely. Becoming a new parent is a huge learning curve and it is not always easy for a new dad to get to grips with what has just happened. This section has useful and important information on how to cope. It also has tips to help avoid mother meltdown. Grandparent updater - many aspects of baby care have changed - there are sections for car seats, strollers, sleeping, feeding, child safety, boundaries etc. The main baby care section includes: Handling - what to do and what not to do Feeding - how often, how much, etc, Crying - why is she crying and what can you do about it? Sleeping - do's and don'ts, Bathing - what you need to have ready and how to do it, Changing - when and how, Swaddling - why and how to, Dressing - what to wear, Interaction & capabilities, to help Dad to relate better to baby, Going Out - what do you need? Day Planner - hints, General Warnings

Full Specifications

What's new in version 2.0

In Dad's Care 2.0 features a completely new user interface, cleaner design, and improved usability. - Better integration of user notes - Revised menu for easier navigation - New icons for hints, warnings and important info - Bug fixes and performance improvements

General

Release July 10, 2013
Date Added July 10, 2013
Version 2.0

Operating Systems

Operating Systems iOS
Additional Requirements Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required

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