Pampers Now Have an App That Notifies You When Your Baby Has a Dirty Diaper

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Pampers’ latest app has left some moms worried that parents aren’t spending enough time with their children…

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The love between you and your child is something unlike any other feeling on earth… It’s a pretty magical thing.

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Being a mom is basically the hardest job on earth – and the pressure to be a perfect parent can make life even more stressful.

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There are some aspects of motherhood are just eternally frustrating. Hey, no one said being a mom was always going to be great fun, right?

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But there’s one thing pretty much every mom out there can relate to, which is feeling like you’re not doing the best for your little one.

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Everyone on the internet has an opinion.

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But the latest parenting hack to break the internet could certainly be the most controversial yet.

It’s safe to say, people have some pretty strong opinions…

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You can now get an app that tells you when your baby has a dirty diaper or when they need feeding…

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Yep… it’s a real thing!

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Lumi by Pampers is a new electronic sensor that can pick up when your baby needs changing and send a message to your phone.

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The device pairs to an app for your smartphone.

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The app then allows parents to track dirty diapers, feeding schedules, and many more of their baby’s needs.

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So It’s not just diapers.

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According to Pampers, Lumi is:

“the world’s first all-in-one connected care system that helps parents track day-to-day developments, and monitor their baby, 24/7, so they can see emerging patterns and establish a suitable routine.”
While it sounds like an interesting idea, it looks like most moms are using the app they were born with…
Their nose.

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