You only have two hands, but you have a to do list a mile long.
So what do you do if you have a new baby in the house? You could hire a nanny, but money is tight. Or you could ask family for a few hours of help a week.
Or you could checkout some of these amazing new mom devices.
Now when I say new mom devices I am talking about items to help mom and baby get through the day.
They may be as simple as a baby lounge pillow or a baby sling. Or baby activity rocker.
These are devices that mom can use to free up her hands for a few minutes to catch up on the house work, take a few minutes to herself.
Or better yet these are device mom can use so she can have a shower and quickly wash her hair.
As a new mom your attention is on baby. Feeding, carrying, changing and taking care of your new little one.
And believe me as a new mom the days go by so fast. During this time your to do list and the care of the rest of the household can add up.
In an effort to help you free up your hands for a few minutes we have researched some of the best hands free new mom devices.
7 Of The Best Hands Free New Mom Devices:
I love this lounger and not just because our newborn loves it. It is so easy to pack and take along to Grandma’s or move from room to room. It is also super easy to wash.
2. Handwoven Ring Sling
I researched high chairs in an effort to get the best for my dollar and found this great high chair that transforms into a toddler desk and chair. It is also super easy to clean, put together and move around.
Never leave your child unattended and follow the use instructions for each item.
The one we can’t wait to use.
When our oldest son was of age we bought him a Baby Einstein bouncer and he loved it. I mean loved it. We loved it too. It gave us a few minutes of hands free time to make dinner and clean up messes.
I can guarantee we will order one of these for our youngest son once he reaches the size and the age for the toy.
I can’t wait to hear the giggles and his older brother can’t wait to hang and play with the piano and teach his younger brother some tunes.