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Gadgets for new moms

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Mother's Day is May 11. Leslie Vonokur, co-founder of Big City Moms-- which brings a baby/mother/parenting showcase to cities around the U.S.-- showed Good Day viewers several of the best gadgets for new moms.

--4 MOMS ORIGAMI STROLLER- $849

WORLD'S FIRST POWERED FOLDING STROLLER

--1 PUSH OF A BUTTON AND IT COLLAPSES AND WILL OPEN AS WELL. 

--THERE ARE A TON OF SAFETY FEATURES AS WELL HEADLIGHTS THAT ILLUMINATE ONCE ITS DARK.--MILEAGE TRACKER, SPEEDOMETER  - AND A BUILT IN THERMOMETER THAT WILL TELL YOU THE WEATHER ALL ON THE COOL LOOKING LCD SCREEN

--PHONE CHARGER

NUNA LEAF $220

--INSPIRED BY THE CAREFREE FLOAT OF A LEAF ON A BREEZE, THE LEAF BABY SEAT TREATS BABY TO A SIMILARLY MESMERIZING RIDE

--MOTION LASTS UNASSISTED WITH A GENTLE PUSH FOR OVER 2 MINUTES

--NO BATTERIES, NO CORDS, NO BUZZ, NO NOISE

--EVOLVES WITH BABY TO BIG-KID SIZE

--peg perego rialto $100

--FOR USE FROM 6 MONTHS TO 6 YEARS OLD

--UNSURE IF THIS WILL BE HERE

--A HIGH CHAIR THAT GROWS WITH THE CHILD FROM INFANT TO TODDLER  

4 MOMS ROCKAROO $159.99 

--MOTIONS SIDE TO SIDE

--ADEN AND ANAIS SERENITY STAR- $89

-- ITS A NIGHT LIGHT, SOUND MACHINE, LULLABY SOOTHER, CLOCK, ROOM THERMOMETER AND

--ELECTRONG FEEDING DIARY KEEP TRACK OF BOTTLE FEEDINGS OR NURSING

--IF THE ROOM IS TOO COLD - THE STAR TURNS BLUE - TOO HOT IT TURNS RED

4 MOMS BREEZE $299

--PLAYARD OPENS AND CLOSES IN ONE STEP

--COMPARED TO MANY ON THE MARKET THAT ARE SO CONFUSING TO PUT TOGETHER

--BOON SPOONS  SQUIRT SPOON 7.99

SQUEEZE FOOD INSIDE SPOON (CAN HOLD UP TO 3 OZ. OF FOOD)

NO JARS 
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