Blurb: a calendar explaining your baby’s development based on 30 years of research. Talks about developmental ‘leaps’; eg, leap 1 is a baby’s senses becoming heightened outside the womb; leap 2 includes eyesight & hand recognition. The Wonder Weeks system uses by your due date rather than birth date so if your little one was prem or quite late, it doesn’t affect the result as your baby’s development won’t have changed.
From the writers of the best selling book The Wonder Weeks
Very clear, easy to understand & is spookily accurate. So much so, I’m convinced Baby Girl reads each leap ahead of time so she knows what to do & how to act. I cannot recommend this app enough.
The app charts how the leaps may affect your baby’s mood – will they be overwhelmed? Or maybe they’re happy as a clam because suddenly they can grasp that toy for themselves. You can also chart multiple babies at one time.
The Wonder Weeks have also introduced the Leap Alarm; an email service reminding you the week before your baby starts a leap.
You can read our full experience of The Wonder Weeks (so far) here or each leap specifically below:
Leap 4: Events
Leap 5: Relationships
Leap 6: Categories
Leap 7: Sequences, AKA a slap in the face
Leap 8: Programs
Leap 9: Principles
Leap 10: The World of Systems
The information in this post was updated in April 2016.
See more Finding Our Feet The Wonder Weeks posts.