MOM LOVES JUMELLE THE BEST BABY TRACKING APP

Posted on June 15, 2017. Filed under: raising multiples | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Hi Lynda,

Found your wonderful app today, I needed something to track my 5 month old twins feeding, sleeping and changing. It is also helpful because I can track my toddler’s poopy diapers.

It is the only app I found to track multiple children. Your app is very user friendly and will help tremendously. It would be helpful if the user could also input the amount consumed in a bottle feeding in ml and ounces. Being at home with three children under two I exclusively pump and would love to be able to have a daily summary of the amount consumed in a day.

Thank you for your time

Stephanie

(Check out Jumelle The Best Baby Tracking App on my Site at http://www.jumelle.ca)

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Taking a Multiple-Birth Prenatal Class

Posted on April 2, 2015. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Don’t wait.  As soon as you know you are pregnant and with how many, sign up for and take a Multiple-Birth Prenatal Class in your community. Many Moms expecting twins or triplets will be put on bedrest, or deliver early (i.e. before 38 weeks) and you may miss the class altogether.  Taking the class early ensures you have pertinent information when you need it.  Signs & Symptoms of premature labour, nutrition demands to feed you and your growing babies, how to prepare your singleton child for the births, what to look for in your nursery, getting them on the same schedule, and SO much more!  You will not have time to read after the babies’ arrival so connecting with other parents, getting your reading materials and resources is essential and will alleviate many of your anxieties ahead of time.  It doesn’t matter if you are 15 or 18 weeks, take the class early so that you have all the necessary information under your belts and not miss out on having a great experience.

I offer a prenatal class on DVD with a preview on my Web Site if you prefer to take a class at home or find yourselves on early bedrest.  Take a look and check it out as well as Jumelle:  The Best Twin and Baby Tracking App.   Keep easy track of which baby did what, when and for how long.  Also hints and tips for the first 6 weeks.

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Jumelle: The Best Twin and Baby Tracking App

Posted on December 24, 2014. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , |

Take a look at the 30th Anniversary copy of TWINS Magazine in the US, 2014.

Jumelle:  The Best Twin and Baby Tracking App has been advertised and highlighted in the Holiday Gift Guide TWINS magazine prepares.

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Twin and Baby Tracking App: Jumelle

Posted on November 5, 2014. Filed under: Jumelle Twin Tracking App | Tags: , , , , , , |

Jumelle:  The Best Twin and Baby Tracking App 

Updated:  Quickly and easily keep track of which baby, twin, triplet or quadruplet ate when, how much and for how long.  Also tracks sleeping and dirty/wet diapers habits.  Jumelle The Best Twin and Baby Tracking App has multiple features:

Keep notes on teething, fevers, milestones reached for one baby to 10 babies so it is also perfect for use in a day care setting.

Night light allows for easy night time recording and export feature ensures information is shared with children’s parents and grandparents, out of town parent, physicians.  Loaded with hints, tips, suggestions, solutions!  Don’t struggle to remember, or make a mistake, with which infant, twin, triplet or quadruplet did what.  The Jumelle The Best Twin and Baby Tracking App does it all for you.

Lynda P. Haddon

Multiple Birth Educator

e. lynda@jumelle.ca

w. www.jumelle.ca

w. www.multiplebirthsfamilies.com

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Jumelle Twin, Triplets, Quadruplet Baby Tracker

Posted on July 11, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

For parents with twins, triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets or two babies close together, many recognize the necessity need of a record of who did what and when and for how long.  Parents need to keep track of number of dirty diapers, feeding habits and duration, naps and bedtimes.  Such a tracking schedule can be very helpful to other caretakers (grandparents, family members, friends, nannies) who come into the house to assist with baby care.  The formal record quickly identifies which baby may be facing a challenge, e.g. constipation, and allows the caregivers to step in a timely fashion to help rectify the situation.  Careful tracking of each babies’ habits ensures that sleep-deprived parents are quickly on top of any issues with marginal room for error.

Tracking minimizes the chances of guesswork: I know someone missed a bowel movement today but which one?
The more children in the multiple-birth set, the more important accurate tracking becomes.   An additional important
issue to keep track of is if one, more or all infants are receiving medications or even vitamins.  Did I or didn’t I? and
which one?  It could be dire if a baby received two doses of medication in error.  Remove the guesswork, anxiety, possible overlap
and potential mistakes by keeping a recording schedule.
There are a couple of ways to keep track of which baby did what and it may include:
~creating a grid with each child’s name at the top, date and a list of items down the side which you would like to record
(dirty diapers, wet diapers, breastfeeding [left/right breast], duration of breastfeeding, time of nap [morning and afternoon],
duration of nap, bedtime [duration of sleep time], medications/vitamins given).
Check out the new multiple-birth Jumelle Twin and Baby Tracking App available on iTunes.  Good for iPhone and iPad,
(working on android).  This app quickly and easily tracks each baby, twin, triplet, quadruplet or quintuplet, in fact up
to 10 babies’ information can be uploaded.  JUMELLE is loaded with hints, tips and suggestions for getting through the latter part of the pregnancy,
delivery and first six weeks after the birth of your multiples.  Take a photo of each baby and upload it to the app.  Keep a record of each
baby’s teething issues, feeding habits, fevers, milestones.  There is a marvellous export feature to ensure information is shared with
multiples’ grandparents, child care centres, out of town parent, babies’ physician.  It has a nightlight feature so you can easily record what is
happening with the babies at nighttime.  Don’t struggle in a sleep-deprived fog to remember which baby, twin, triplet or quadruplet
did what.  The Jumelle Twin and Baby Tracker app keeps it all under control for you.
Lynda P. Haddon
Multiple Birth Educator

 

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