Fisher Price has recently introduced a new baby bouncy seat that features a special holder for an iPad. Thus, you could keep your kid entertained with his favorite educational apps while you mind your own business. The Newborn-to-Toddler Apptivity Seat from Fisher Price comes with the traditional dangling toys and pillows but it will also let you insert your iPad.
SF Gate explains how this baby seat wonâ€™t make your kid addicted to the iPad but will rather help him stimulate its brain activity:
But the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) thinks otherwise and recommends that screens be avoided for children under the age of two. Dr. Richard Besser, ABC News chief medical editor and pediatrician also said the following:
Still, Kathleen Alfano, senior director of child research at Fisher-Price, thinks that their product can help expand the child's learning capabilities.
The Newborn-to-Toddler seat currently retails for $80 on Amazon. What do you think about this product? Would you agree to let your toddler interact with an iPad?
Source: SFGate, WCPO