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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Gave me reassurance when I didn’t understand what baby was crying for , and made me look forward to mental and physical development for the baby
The UX is great, and the information is useful and interesting. It helps you understand why your baby is being a total monster, and that understanding helps you feel a little more in control and able to cope. It doesn’t get 5 stars because the wonder weeks franchise is a constant upsell.
This app (and the book) are spot on and have been the most helpful resource to me as a Mum - both first and second time. I am not a book-reading / planning kind of Mother as often find intuition better than being overwhelmed by lots of info. However this book has been so in line with the development of my two boys that it has aided and reassured me greatly.
Having a ‘difficult’ baby can be extremely stressful and having this app truly eased my mind knowing that there was a reason for each behaviour I was noticing (excessive crying, changes in sleep pattern, etc).
I have used this app for both my boys and it has been such a lifesaver! To know why my typical happy boys are all a sudden not sleeping or nursing all the time or especially clingy has been so helpful to have grace and patience for them as they go through these leaps. I recommend this app to all new mommas I meet!!!!
There are literally only 9 leaps on here. AKA 9 paragraphs of info about the baby. That’s it!!! The info isn’t bad but I literally could have found this info on google if I just researched it on my own. I always thought spending money on apps was dumb- never did it until this app- now I totally regret it. And on top of that it’s kind of expensive for an app! 2.99?! Anyway, I regret it and it’s not worth it. Also the “storms” calendar doesn’t line up with my baby at all.
Good info but I put in the due date and it was a week off. He’s already going through the leap it’s saying. So I put in his birthday and it’s accurate now... I think it’s more accurate with bdays not due dates
Maybe this app works for newborns or smaller infants, but once your baby starts teething/develops separation anxiety, all bets are off. There is no one size fits all app that will tell you what’s going on with your babe, he/she is an individual and will develop and hit milestones at their own pace.
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Zi hen 79
So very informative and helpful in understanding our little ones development. Amazing!!!
Super helpful, accurate app however I find it quite hard to navigate.
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Ayşe Nur Başsaraç
Really nice app but why sell other languages seperately? I’ve purchased this because no Turkish version was present at that moment.
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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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