When I think back to my first pregnancy nearly a decade ago, I marvel at how different things were back then. Those precious nine months were actually tracked in a book, and not via pregnancy apps. I talked to my friends about morning sickness instead of commiserating with “friends” on forums. Baby gear research was hands-on at big box retailers, instead of buying blindly from positive reviews online.
Fast forward to present-day and baby number three, who in five short months has already been exposed to a world filled to the brim with technology. Whether it’s the Internet radio she loves staring at in the kitchen or the phones she sees her parents holding, there are bright, shiny gadgets all around her.