How on earth did moms do it before iPhones, Google and Alexa? Parenting in the digital age has plenty of perks—and Babylist recognizes the Best of Baby Tech Awards at CES each year with some of the most awesome products that make parenting just a little bit easier.
Scroll on to see the 2019 winners for the best in baby and parenting tech.
Best Baby Sleep Tech: Miku Baby Monitor
Miku’s sensor technology was developed by a team of military engineers and can accurately track a baby’s breathing, sound and sleeping patterns without any wires or wearables. The Miku baby monitor also snagged the Audience Favorite Award, too.
Available at mikucare.com for $399.
Best Baby Health & Safety Tech: Jiobit
Developed by a dad, Jiobit is the first lightweight device that allows you to track your kids through an app on your smartphone.
Jiobit starts at $99.99 for the device, plus an $8.99 a month subscription. Available at jiobit.com
Best Parenting Tech: Elvie Pump
Designed with real moms in mind, this is the world’s first silent wearable breast pump, which gives women a truly hands-free pumping experience. No cords are needed and it can be worn under clothing. You might recognize it from a model wearing the breast pump on the runway at London Fashion Week in September 2018.
Currently on waitlist, the Elvie will be available at elvie.com for $499.
Baby Play & Learn Tech: Woobo
Woobo is a cuddly stuffed animal that actually responds when your kids play with it thanks to an interactive, touchscreen face and sensors in the hands and feet that react to being pressed. The computer database comes loaded with games, songs and even stories.
Order yours online for $149 with code ASKWOOBO.
Best Fertility & Pregnancy Tech: Tempdrop
Tracking your temperature when you’re trying to conceive can make you lose a lot of sleep—literally. This new device can be worn while sleeping, so there’s no need to wake up early in order to track your cycle.