Here is my list of must have mom apps (in no order). Be sure to share with us the ones you love!
In Mr. G's first 8 months, this app was a lifesaver. It helped me establish routines for his sleeping, eating, and other, ahem, functions. You can also chart growth and keep up with medications, activities, etc. The coolest thing is that it will sync with another user, so when my husband changed a diaper or fed him a bottle, I knew exactly what time (hello, type A first time mom!). I never EVER buy apps, except, literally, this one. The $4.99 price seemed steep, but it is so so worth it.
All the grandmas and grandpas and aunts and uncles live out of town from us, so FaceTime became the best way for our friends and family to watch Mr. G grow. And still, if he is feeling grumpy or needs a cheer up, as soon as the FaceTime app chimes he smiles, knowing one of his favorite people will appear!
We moved to a new town when Mr. G was six months old, but it wasn't nearly as hard to make friends as it was when we moved as just a family of two. I joined Meetup and found lots of local mommy and me type groups and have made some really great friends. The app notifies you of new events and lets you RSVP, which allows you to download events to your calendar and get directions.
We joke that this kid is the most photographed baby in the world. It's probably not entirely untrue, so sometimes I have to resort to photo collages in lieu of overloading the world with pictures of my baby boy. It's also an easy way to add text to a photo and message a greeting over to someone.
5. White Noise
I've told you how Mr. G is a