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BabyBump Pregnancy (Alt 12 Apps)

This all-encompassing app is a pregnancy tracker (telling you how far along you are) and a countdown (telling you how many days you have left). It also offers a detailed drawing of what your baby looks like in utero for each given day. It includes a health tip of the day telling what or why you may be feeling the way you do (swollen ankles on day 236 anyone?). You can also create a weight tracking journal, a pregnancy photo journal or connect to other expecting moms on their vast pregnancy forums.



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BabyBuilder Lite (WaveNest Innovations)

This app allows the user to upload pictures of the mother and father (or a celebrity!) to create a photo of what your child could look like. More fun than anything else although the developer states that the app uses intelligent photo recognition software to create a more realistic baby.



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Pregnancy Food No-No’s (Mighty Fun Apps)

Can’t remember which fish to avoid during pregnancy? This app is for you! Divided into different categories, this app is a simply a list of foods that should be avoided or used with caution during pregnancy.



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Contraction Timer (Deltaworks)

Like the name implies, this app is used to help time your contractions by tracking the time and duration of each contraction. Features such as charts and logs enhance this user-friendly app.




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Baby Names Generator for Boys, Girls and Twins (GPP APP)

No name for baby yet? This app lists the top 2,000 boys and girls names with pronunciations, origin and popularity. The user can tag favorite names to generate a list.



Kerry Pinto is a freelance writer living in Stafford. 


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Pouches' Community Corner

Adoptive parents in Fredericksburg now have a new partner on their journey to a healthy family. In 2016, Children’s Home Society was awarded a $125,000 grant from the Virginia Department of Social Services to extend their Richmond area post-adoptive services to the Fredericksburg area.


Now CHS is looking to find adoptive families in the area who need support before they hit a crisis point. “It doesn’t matter which agency they adopted from, or when that happened,” said Buckheit. “We want to offer a lifetime of support to adoptive families in the Fredericksburg area, especially those who haven’t been aware of our services in the past.”