Everyone knows raising a kid takes a lot of work. While we have a lot of technology to help us out nowadays, we don't want to remove the human element of parenting too much or we're not really parenting at all. What technology do you use to help you parent, and how do you ensure it helps more than it hurts?
US News explains how gadgets ought to be integrated into raising a child:
"Parents should look for baby gear and products that are technology-based that work with their current lifestyle and really will improve their daily life. Some technology may actually add unnecessary steps or maintenance, which most new parents don't have the time for," [baby planner Julie] McCaffrey says.
What do you think?