5 Make-Your-Life-Easier Gadgets for Parents and Families

These gadgets are the key to saving your sanity and make parenting easier at any stage you’re at.

Parenting is a lot of work. We all know that. Of course, there are some pretty sweet parts. Like the love, the kisses, the adorable faces, the cherished memories. All that goodness that comes along with this parenting gig.

But with that being said, it’s still a lot of work. Hard, grueling, and often times unappreciated work. Your baby doesn’t care that you’re functioning on two hours of sleep when she wakes up at 5 am, cooing like a cherub. Your preschooler doesn’t care that you’ve lovingly ironed his pants to wear to school when he’s only wearing the superman sweatpants that are still in the wash from last night. That sassy teenager doesn’t care that you just sold your left kidney to buy her braces because she still wants that IPhone as well.

Like I said, often times unappreciated work.

But you do it because you love them. You love these energy-sucking, dollar-draining beings more than anything else in the world.

I know it, you know it, we all know it.

But what you may not know about is that you can make it easier for yourself. Thanks to modern day technology and fancy new gadgets, this parenting job can be made a little easier. Like on a scale of one to ten, with ten being equivalent to pushing a twelve pound bowling ball out of your vagina (oh, wait…), these gadgets might just make it a breezy six. Okay fine, at least a seven. 

These gadgets are the key to saving your sanity and make parenting easier at any stage you’re at.

I don’t know about you but I’m definitely hoping for an easier, more manageable, and less stressful 2017. I'm keeping my fingers crossed these gadgets help with that!

Gurpreet fell in love, got married, had a darling baby girl, and is now rocking another pregnant belly. She’s more brown than blonde with blue eyes but can still appreciate hockey (kind of) and beer (not really).

She is self-employed, self-motivated, self-declared neurotic, and thankfully, self-aware. Her cooking skills are subpar at best but her cleaning skills would win gold at the Olympics if that were a sport. Which it really sorta should be considering how hard some stains can be (grape juice, I’m looking at you) to get out of a pristine white chair. 

Gurpreet once received a Citizen of Distinction medal from the Queen of England and she likes to casually throw that into any conversation quite randomly. She's working on somehow getting a royal title next. She is Indo-Canadian, which really means nothing to most Canadians and usually means Mexican to most Americans.

She is basically just trying to manage her life as best she can, one catastrophe at a time. She plans to one day conquer the world but for right now, she’d settle for winning the war against diapers and morning sickness. Bollywood Babies promises to take you along for the ride and maybe we can all figure it out together.


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