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Creator of the Innit kitchen app explains how the technology can make family life easier and increase bonding time all via home-baked meals.
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Launching this fall: Lumi by Pampers. These diapers, sensors and monitoring system alert parents to everything from wet diapers to sleep patterns.
There are subscription services for everything these days — including diapers. Here is the best diaper subscription 2019 list parents need.