Doodle aims to bridge the cap between what parents want and babies need

Babies and toddlers are a joy but a challenge. One of the biggest challenges is assessing their health and wellness when they're not yet able to respond informatively to questions about their health and wellness.

Enter Doodle, a plush toy designed to track your child's health while he or she is playing with it, or even playing nearby.

Each Doodle toy—currently available in a multicolored stuffed animal best described as “probably a dog”—contains sensors that track a child's body temperature, heart rate, sleeping patterns and stress level, then transmit those via a monitor in a child's room. The monitor connects to both a dedicated tablet and an app on the parent's smart device, which tracks the averages of all four metrics.

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