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According to the department of labor, approximately 1 in 4 new moms are returning to work within just two week of having a baby
(Huffington Post). As they ease back into their hectic schedules, parents are embracing a new wearable technology for its ability to automatically update them on who the baby is with, whether it is awake or asleep, and content or upset—information that is all conveniently accessible from their smartphone.
 
BabyBit (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/babybit-the-baby-monitor-that-keeps-you-connected#/) is already being hailed as a wearable baby monitor that is amazing in its simplicity. With great features on Yahoo! Finance, CNET, and Consumer Affairs the crowdfunding campaign gained serious traction in the first several weeks of its Indiegogo campaign.
 
BabyBit harnesses the power of sensor data, location, apps, cloud data, and notifications in order to give parents answers to the three most pressing questions when it comes to their baby:
 
       1) Is my baby safe?
 
       2) Is my baby happy?
 
       3) Is my caregiver being attentive?
 
With its versatile capabilities, BabyBit is primed with the potential to change the conversation around parenting. It's a timely arrival, as more companies are beginning to provide benefits to working parents and offering extended maternity leave. However, the pressure to perform at work and provide excellent child-care can be daunting. The BabyBit considerably lessens that stress by offering timely alerts, which are sent to your phone throughout the day to let you know that your baby is doing okay. At the touch of a button, you can find out whether your baby has been crying too long or whether the ambient temperature around your baby is too cold or too hot.
 
The parents behind the BabyBit have taken their product to the next level, with support from automaker Jaguar Land Rover. Together, they have developed a car system that can prevent babies from being left in hot cars. To help bring this innovative partnership to life, support the campaign at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/babybit-the-baby-monitor-that-keeps-you-connected#/

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