This post is sponsored Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.
Over the weekend our youngest boy turned ONE! I cannot believe how fast the past year has flown by. He has been a total dream baby, and I am so beyond thankful to have him here with us.
Last year I shared my birth story here on the blog (if you haven’t read it, you can click here to read my full birth story). In my birth story I also share how much we loved our birth experience at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies here in Orlando. We loved Winnie so much that they also came out to our house with a production team to make a video about our experience!
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer – Hello Baby! App
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer has taken their awesomeness to another level with the release of their new Hello Baby! Winnie Palmer Pregnancy App. This app is AMAZING! It is definitely a must-have if you’re an expecting mother who is considering having your baby at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies.
Once you download the Hello Baby! app you’ll quickly see how simple it is to use, and how jam-packed full of information it is. It includes everything from finding a healthcare provider, to viewing weekly milestones for each week of pregnancy, tracking kick counts (very important!), and tracking your labor.
Beyond pregnancy, the Hello Baby! app also allows you to create a birth plan, packing lists for your hospital stay, it allows you to pre-register for your birth, and even provides monthly guidance through your baby’s first year of life. You can also get breasfeeding support right on the app.
This app is EVERYTHING you’ve ever needed and so much more. In my opinion as a mom who has been pregnant quite a few times, I feel that this app is the best pregnancy app available. It’s essentially taking 4 or 5 different apps that I had on my phone and turning them into one SUPER app! Get this app ASAP, friends!
(My birth photography in this post is by Strictly Bella Photography)