CES Parent Edition - Episode 842. Daddy Clay and Daddy Brad brave the world of "Mom Tech" at the Consumer Electronics Show. They showcase a few of the favorites from the floor. The Drop Cam is a great wireless video monitoring system. It has new features including HD video, night vision, AND two-way audio for just $149. The Vinci tablet is a specially designed learning tablet for toddlers and preschoolers. Content levels start at a "curious" level, move to "confident" and on to "capable" as your child ages. The Vinci is a complete early learning system starting at $389. Net Nanny is a premier family protection software and they are launching new mobile applications for Android and IOS. Coming soon all versions, desktop and mobile will be merged into one management log in, whereas for the initial launch, the systems are separate. Net Nanny for Android is $19.99, IOS is $9.99 and the desktop version is $39.99. And Daddy Clay made sure to hold CES accountable and has been assured that "Mom Tech" will be replaced by "Parent Tech."
On part 2 of Donating Breast Milk, we hear first hand experience from Kelli Kelley, founder of Hand to Hold, AND a mother of two children born preterm, just how important donated breast milk was for her children.† We also talk with Executive Director Kim Updegrove, and Development Director Whitney Musitano of the Mothers' Milk Bank in Austin, TX (http://www.milkbank.org). They share important information about milk donation and take us through the process.
On part 1 of Donating Breast Milk, we talk with Executive Director Kim Updegrove, and Development Director Whitney Musitano of the Mothers' Milk Bank in Austin, TX (http://www.milkbank.org). They share important information about milk donation and take us through the process.
On this episode of DadLabs, we learn that babies are amazing. They can do all kinds of stuff.
Music "Funky Moon Walkabout Dubstep" by teknoaxe† Check him out at: http://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe
Episode 891. On this episode of DadLabs, Daddy Danny reads Moo Baa La La La by Sandra Boynton. Various humorously drawn animals demonstrate the very different, and often amusing sounds they make in this best-selling board book.
Today on DadLabs we give you some tips and techniques to get a cute picture of your baby in a BabyBjorn. Why? Because you could win a BABYBJ√ĖRN Travel Crib Light 2!
BabyBjorn is kicking off their first Me and My Dad contest giveaway! One winning picture of a dad and their baby in a BabyBjorn will win a BABYBJ√ĖRN Travel Crib Light 2! Entering is easy, follow the simple steps - Post a picture of your favorite guy and baby on BabyBjorn Facebook wall or submit it through Twitter or Instagram. Just tag your picture with @BabyBjornUS and #DadPower to enter.
You must post your Me and My Dad photo on Twitter, Instagram or any one of BABYBJ√ĖRN Facebook pages (BabyBj√∂rn US, BabyBj√∂rn Dads or BabyBj√∂rn Expecting), tagged with @BabyBjornUS and #Dadpower to enter. Contest begins 9/4/12 at noon ET, and ends 9/18/12 at noon ET. One winner will be chosen. Judging will be based on creativity and uniqueness. Winners will be announced 9/20/12.
Episode 889. Today on DadLabs Daddy Brad interviews author, comic, friend and DadLab Dad, Owen Egerton about his new book, The Book of Harold: The Illegitimate Son of God. The Book of Harold is as profound and deeply respectful a novel as it is irreverent in its wild, often hilarious take on a modern messianic movement in suburbia.
Today on DadLabs, Daddy Danny learns how to give a massage to his baby. DeLora Frederickson of Hill Country Yoga, teaches us proper techniques and benefits of baby massage. Baby massage is the perfect way to help you baby relax, sleep better, cry less and strengthen their bond to you.
Episode 887: Review of the ElliptiGO. Daddy Clay lucked out and won an ElliptiGO trainer via Facebook. As a runner who has suffered a few injuries, the odd looks from other pedestrians and cyclist while riding this 'running bike' is a small price to pay for the benefits. The low impact workout and reasonable pace of the ElliptiGO makes it the perfect piece of rehab equipment. One unexpected benefit is that the ElliptiGO has smaller wheels than a traditional "adult" bicycle, so the pace is slower. A pace that is perfect for an outing with the kids on their bicycles. You can move along comfortably at their speed, without feeling that you're holding yourself back. That is, of course, if they'll be seen with you on the very odd looking machine. Yes, it's an weird ride, but it is fun, and great for runners training or rehabbing an injury. Thanks to Elliptigo for their Facebook giveaway! And thank YOU for watching. Join the fitness conversations at DadLabs.com.
Episode 886: Teen Shaving, is brought to you by Dove Men Plus Care. Daddy Clay tackles the bittersweet task of teaching his teen son to shave. The electric razor route did not go well. So the folks at Dove Men Plus Care put him in touch with their dermatologist, Dr. Jeffrey Benabio for some tips and recommendations.
Huge thanks to Dove Mens Plus Care for making this video possible, and for relieving a bit of teenage angst in the Daddy Clay household! Join the conversation at DadLabs.com! Thanks for watching!
Today on DadLabs we discuss the Benefits of Infant Swim. We talk to Glenna Sager, Regional Director for the Emler Swim School in Austin, TX and she informs us on the benefits of taking your baby to swim classes as early as possible. Swimming is a lifetime sport. From the womb to the tomb. We can learn to swim early in life and is a great alternative to hours of video games. Episode 885.