Started by a husband and wife, Babble Soft offers software that is made to help the new parent (and caregivers) keep track of important information and milestones that happen as the child grows from baby to toddler. Entering in information on the Baby Insights program, whether it’s the web or mobile version, is easy and helps the new parent keep it all organized.

Many parents have found themselves writing down the feeding times on slips of paper that just end up being misplaced or forgetting what that last feeding time was. Not anymore! I got a chance to ask Aruni about the process she went through to take her innovative software from the beginning to where she’s gotten today.

Giveaway

If you’re a new parent or a parent-to-be, then you are in luck! Aruni has been kind enough to donate a subscription for Baby Insights to one of our readers. Just leave a comment on the original post, and I will choose the winning comment at the end of the giveaway. The winner will be contacted by email, so please remember to include a valid email address.

The giveaway starts now and will end June 19th at 11:59pm. The winner will be chosen on the 20th and contacted at that time.

What is ‘Babble Soft’?

Babble Soft offers web and mobile software tools that facilitate communication between caregivers by enabling them to record information about feedings, baby sleep, diaper changes, medicine intake, and immunization records as well as provides breastfeeding support, pumping, and medicine dose schedules for Mom in our Baby Insights application. We also offer the ability for parents to create a baby first year album with milestones and family tree through our Baby Say Cheese application.

How long has it been since the creation of Baby Insights (formally known as Baby Manager)?

The idea came to us in 2003 after our son was born. We created some alpha and beta PC/mobile applications that were ready in 2005 to use on a limited basis with our daughter. It wasn’t until 2007 that our web and mobile application then called Baby Insights was available.

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Originally posted by Angela Shupe on June 9, 2008 in Giveaways / Interviews.

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