Frazzled hair, dark circles and sleep deprived. That pretty accurately sums up my first few weeks home with a newborn and even months after that. The hours, day and weeks after having a baby all seem to melt together and sometimes it can be hard to keep track of the daily tasks in taking care of a baby. Itzbeen is a solution in minimizing stress or confusion in the daily and hourly tasks of taking care of an infant and can even be used through the toddler years.
This product is user friendly and function much like a kitchen timer or stopwatch, but has three specific and one miscellaneous timer to keep track of the most important things: diaper changes, feeding and sleep. The fourth timer can be used for anything including medicine doses or exercise or left unused. Are you nursing? You’ll love the slide on the bottom of the timer where you can keep track of which side of the breast you last nursed your little one.
Although my daughter is now a toddler I used the timer to track diaper changes and naps and played around with the different features (such as the extra timer and night light) and am excited to give it yet another try for our next little one. With a belt clip you can have it close at hand or on your diaper bag and it is the perfect item to aid in communication between caregivers. I highly recommend this product for young families and as shower gifts and they come in a variety of adorable colors to choose from or to use to color code between children!
About (from Itzbeen.com):
ITZBEEN™ Baby Care Timer was developed by a new mom and dad who found themselves sleep-deprived and needing help to remember baby care details, such as when their baby last ate or napped. They tried charts and journals, but thought there had to be a better way. So, they created the ITZBEEN™: a multi-purpose nursery tool that helps new parents remember the basic details of baby care. The ITZBEEN™ has four timers that count up with the touch of a button, and a host of other helpful features, all designed with the needs of a new parent in mind.
A baby care timer was provided by Itzbeen for this review.