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.
- 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 in a comprehensive diary
- The leap-alarm service
- The calendar sync option to show the leaps in your agenda
- A full HD 4G / WIFI baby monitor
- The complete Audiobook of the Wonder Weeks (English)
- The compete eBook of the Wonder Weeks in several languages
- a proven white noise library to help you baby doze of
- a proven library of classical music and sounds to help you baby relax
- Extra content such as over 400 milestones and over 200 games and activities.
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 research. 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.
- Fixed bug in extra’s payment screen
The Wonder Weeks Reviews (70,996)
The app is helpful for tracking and referring to every now and again - not quite as informative in the book which you can access from the app but have to pay for
I love being able to put memories in this app, and in principle it’s great, but mine crashes all the time, something I write a new note about the same thing 6-10 times before it finally saves ! Sometimes I get so frustrated by it, I just think oh I’ll do it bloody later, then I forget and that first time memory is lost ! This really needs fixing please !!!!!
The app was good in the beginning, however it stopped backing up and is crashing now. Very disappointed as the data is being lost.
This app is super confusing and has the worst UX/UI experience I’ve ever seen. It doesn’t explain when your baby is in a leap or what leap they’re in. The calendar has zero explanation and there is no help menu to explain the app. It’s honestly the least intuitive app I’ve ever used.
We absolutely loved having this app at our fingertips for both of our kiddos. Whenever they seemed “off”, we would check and sure enough, they’d be approaching or already right in a “leap”. It was so reassuring as new parents. Lots of great info but easy to navigate.
My wife and I check this App occasionally To see when our baby is going through leaps, but I find the app overly complicated and the interface is not user friendly or intuitive. I also find that the wording is very confusing - for example the wording of the checklists for each leap. I don’t particularly understand why each one starts with “you”. “You are bad tempered, you cry more” - I get that it’s directed at baby but personally it would more sense if it was directed at the baby in third persons. The last item on the checklist is “I’ve noticed that you”, and that’s it - no further explanation on the checklist. I imagine your suppose to edit it and write your own comments but I personally find there is a better way of doing it. Overall I would say that the information is good, and might help put parents at ease, but I wouldn’t recommend it purely on the fact that it’s UI is terrible. I’m much more likely to check google.
This is a great app! I have been using it for 6 months since my daughter was born. I wouldn’t say I use it religiously, but whenever she becomes inexplicably fussy for several days, I always check this app and it’s pretty much always right on the money. It’s nice to know there’s an explanation for her fussy periods and when I can expect them
The app is clunky and difficult to navigate at best. It isn’t very customizable or personalized at all. Good info I guess, but I can’t believe I paid for this.
If I were scoring this app’s content alone it would receive 5 stars. I found it to be very informative and helpful. However it I were scoring the app functionality alone I would honestly give it only 1 or 2 stars. I felt like the app itself was disorganized because there were too many different sections to find all the information in. In my opinion, one thing the developers could do to help user experience would be to consolidate all the different sections.
The book is very good with their information layout, I find the app hides the important/relevant information behind tabs and sections and disperses it across the app. There are really only three things I want to know: when are the leaps? What new skills are involved in each? How can I facilitate development of those skills. As a new parent I do not have time to go on a treasure hunt after each piece of precious info.
The calendar is quite confusing. It doesn’t say which leap is happening on which date and there’s a lot of manual counting of weeks. By the time you get to leap 4 onwards counting 16+ weeks manually is time consuming. The calander has weird cloud symbols but sometimes the colour code starts before the cloud? Not sure which indicates what. It’s unclear.
The layout of information is a little confusing a repetitive
Content is good UI/UX is bad.
I cannot stop recommending this app to ALL mothers! Wished I had know about it since birth but lucky to have come across it when my little one was 4 months old. It’s been my saving grace since and the ONLY baby app I’ve kept and use very often!
Great app, very useful and accurate. 4 star because the app is already expensive and doesn’t include the full e-book you have to pay a monthly subscription to have access to that
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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 physical anthropologist Hetty van de Rijt and ethologist and developmental psychologist Frans Plooij. Originally published in 1992, it has been republished several times, with an updated 6th edition published in 2019. Drawing on many years of observation and analysis of infant development, it gives parents practical guidance to help their baby's cognitive development through its predictable stages or 'leaps'. A doctoral study by Carolina de Weerth which failed to find any evidence of predictable leaps generated journalistic and academic controversy, but her methodology and data analysis have been challenged and her conclusion that infant development is chaotic, with wide individual variation, has not been replicated. The findings of Plooij and his colleagues have been replicated by three independent research groups. The book continues to be popular, and the publisher has produced a mobile app based on the book. .