The Wonder Weeks worldwide bestselling baby app is a personalized weekly calendar of your baby’s mental development that will keep you informed about the leaps and bounds and the fussy phases of your baby.
THE BEST APP AROUND THE GLOBE
• Awarded Coolest App for Moms
• Awarded by Apple as top 10 ‘Best of the year 2016’ in Australia, UK, Netherlands, and a great number of other countries.
• Consumer Choice & Gold Award by MumIi
• AppRx Awards Top 10 Children’s Health App
• NHS (UK) – Best App for parents listing.
• Best App Ever Wards 2013 & 2014 (Health & Fitness)
• Top 25 App in health & fitness is most countries around the world.
Keep track of your baby’s mental development
Learn all about the leaps and bounds and the fussy phases of your baby
Read the bestselling Wonder Weeks book here in this app
Take notes about a range of topics
Think of it as a portable, at-a-glance version of the calendar leap chart in The Wonder Weeks. Where the book describes in-depth and easy-to-understand terms the incredible developmental changes your baby goes through, the app is the perfect leap calendar companion to track your baby’s mental development (during the first 20 months). By knowing what is going on inside the head of your baby, you can help him to make the leap more easily and stimulate his development.
The Wonder Weeks app helps new parents by:
- Calendar Showing when your baby makes a leap in his mental development
- What your baby can understand & learn after this mental leap
- What your baby can do after this leap
- What you can do to help your baby
This app is also a handy reminder for new parents when their baby’s brain is changing, or “leaping,” the baby is making a significant advance in mental development, and with each step forward comes a drastic change in the way your baby sees the world around him. Because these leaps come so quickly, the “new world” and new abilities can sometimes be scary, and the development can initially manifest in poor sleep, bad appetite, crying, clinging and crankiness – exhausting and frustrating mom and dad.
International experts on The Wonder Weeks: “This is a very practical and entertaining window into the baby’s first year and a half. van de Rijt and Plooij have observed and found the vulnerable times in an infant’s development that I independently came to in my book Touchpoints (Perseus Books Group). The authors’ observations and practical suggestions are wonderful.” -T. Berry Brazelton, M.D., professor emeritus, Harvard Medical School
"Anyone who deals with infants and young children will want to read The Wonder Weeks. This book will open parents' eyes to aspects of their children's growth, development, changing behavior, and emotional responsiveness that they might otherwise not notice or find puzzling and distressing." -Catherine Snow, Ph.D., Shattuck Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Disclaimer: This App is developed with the greatest care. Neither the developer nor the author shall nevertheless be liable for any damages arising from any inaccuracies or omissions in this app.
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The Wonder Weeks Reviews (1)
Really helpful to understand my little ones development and reasons why he is frustrated or grumpy! Definitely worth buying!
I’m not sure where I’d be without this app. I find that its predictions for each leap are almost always spot on and when the inevitable leaps do happen I feel like I have peace of mind just knowing that it’s meant to be this way and that things will get better again.
Suggesting children are manipulative is damaging and not based in modern child developmental psychology. Disappointing after a good start.
I was suggested this app from a lovely mom friend I have who swore by it and i can’t even tell you how accurate it is and how relieving it is to be wondering about what’s going on with my child and see that’s it’s normal! Very much so worth the money to get this and wish I had/knew about it with my first!
The Wonder Weeks app is so easy to use, gives reassurance during Baby’s fussy phases and it’s fun to see what Baby is learning right now. If you haven’t read the book, it’s a fun read, but this is easier for new parents for sure!
New parents! You need this app. It’s worth the $3. Reading up on why your kiddo gets irritable or fussy helps you understand what’s going on in their brains, therefore making these stages less exhausting and frustrating! Well set up with bullet points, videos etc that all help make this info easy to digest when sleep deprived and busy with a little one. Love the alerts that connect to your phone so you know when they’re about to enter a new leap!
I put my daughters due date into the app, so it knew she was 5 months old, but some of the things it says do not match her age. For example it said something like ‘talk to your baby. Ask if she wants a sandwich while you’re setting her place at the table’ and ‘play with your baby on the floor, letting them crawl back and forth to you’. She’s 5 months old! Not crawling around eating a sanga just yet. Know I’m not sure which parts to trust.
I love to see the next leap and what development my bubba might be in for.
Its an ok app but should be free for what it is theres not much in it and the videos doesnt play. only one video played the first one about the change of her voice the rest of the videos ate black. not playing.. disappointed about this app
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This app needs no praise.. it’s already great and came highly recommended from a few friends and family.. awesome app :)
SO interesting, loving the app!! I wish it went until puberty haha is there anything alike? Cheers :)
This app is magical, so far has been spot on in predicting the leaps. It’s great to see the bigger picture. Love it 😊
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Great app thanks marco. But we need turkish language. This is important for us.
I love this app but pls add turkish language to understand all details well😃
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The Wonder Weeks Wiki
The Wonder Weeks is the English translation of the Dutch book Oei, ik groei! (literal translation: Ai, I'm growing!) by former professor Frans Plooij, originally published in 1992. It has been republished several times, with an updated version published in 2017. It describes the theory that the cognitive development of babies occurs in predictable jumps. However, a follow-up study by Plooij's PhD student, Carolina de Weerth, failed to find any evidence of predictable leaps. Despite this, the book continues to be popular, and the publisher has produced a mobile app based on the book.. the wonder weeks, the wonder weeks app, wonder weeks app, wonder weeks app review, wonder weeks book, the wonder weeks book review, the wonder weeks app review, wonder weeks book review, review, wonder weeks, the mamas review, leaps, fussy baby, developemental leaps, baby leaps, jacob, morgan seghers, app, itunes, app store, baby apps, baby, wonder,
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