Newborn baby fug review – iBaby feed
No, I’m not actually writing a review of my new baby. Although if I was, it would be quite glowing at this point. Apart from her propensity to cause scream-out-loud-pain to my left nipple. (Sorry, that noise you heard? That was the sound of our twenty male readers rushing out the door – yes, you may run, but you can’t hide from the screams you can probably hear from West London).
So I’m pretty much head over nappy in the 10 day old new-born fug. Forgive me please if I cannot wax lyrical this week on the situation in Syria as I might usually do on these hallowed pink pages. And I fear my cutting edge wit has deserted me a little in a haze of washing little white bodysuits, sleeping bolt upright with iPhone in hand, lying on the couch eating reverse double choc chip cookies (how I loathe you so, your sweet sweet reverse white choc chip evilness) oh, and managing aforementioned nipple pain (keep on walkin’ guys).
What I can offer you is a brief review of a cool app. Along the lines of the Total Baby app that Jacqui reviewed last time she was in this fug (yes, we see the pattern too) – I give you iBaby Feed. Third time round I am over recording every single wee and nap, but I am still obsessed with timing feeds, and in the middle of the night, I need a not so subtle reminder of what side I am up to. Plus, I do love a bit of analysis – and any app that can offer me a monthly run down on average feed times, average time between feeds and total feed time appeals to the very visible geek within. Plus, it sends me a text reminding me every time my next feed is due. Which obviously makes me want to throw my phone out the window, but has nevertheless proved handy. And for 59p, I don’t think you could ask for much more.
So here is my exhaustive review: iBaby feed – it’s a good app, you should get it.