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Kiddo Wearable Helps Make Healthy Parenting a Social Experience

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Kiddo Wearable

You’re a health-conscious, technologically-sophisticated geek who tries to take care of yourself, right? You probably have an Apple or Android watch, or a FitBit, and you track your exercise goals and eating so you can lead a healthier life. That’s wonderful for you, but what about your kids? They’re a bit young for an Apple Watch, but wouldn’t it be nice to keep an eye on their wellness and get them involved in their health?

Kiddo is a new project on Kickstarter this week, and we want to get the word out about their cool new wearable for kids aged 3-10. We’re going to feature one cool aspect of the Kiddo each day, and hopefully get you excited about backing this project.

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Kiddo Helps Make Parenting Social

‘It takes a village to raise a child’ is a truth most parent agree with. And these days, it’s easier than ever to connect with your ‘village.’ The Kiddo app allows parents to include trusted caregivers in your connected-parenting experience, and share the load of keeping track of your child’s health, eating, and activities. And keeping close friends and family who may also take turns in caring for your kid connected via the Kiddo app also makes sure they all see the same custom content to help you all keep abreast of parenting tips, and new health research, so everyone is on the same page with regards to your kids’ well-being.

Communication is key in parenting, and bringing your whole extended family into the Kiddo-based effort to raise your kids happy and healthy is a great way to reinforce good family relationships.

Kiddo is live now on Kickstarter. They are looking for an initial $25,000 to bootstrap their production of market-ready models that your kids will love to wear, and you’ll love because they give you an extra piece of mind. If you get in early on the campaign, you can get a Super Early Bird unit for just $79.

[We’d like to thank Good Parents for sponsoring this post!]

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