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Congratulations! It is amazing news! HiMommy helps future mothers during
pregnancy. The HiMommy application will accompany you day by day in an exciting
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The app was okay... although it always counted the gestational age wrong by one day. Let’s say I was 10 weeks, it would never say “10 weeks” it would always skip from “9 weeks 7 days” to “10 weeks 1 day.” It was always really buggy in that aspect. Which was fine because I enjoyed the daily updates. UNTIL now.. today my update said something along the lines of “if I’m a girl my ovaries are getting bigger and if I’m a boy my penis is getting longer ;)” WITH THE WINKY FACE AND ALL. I don’t know I just really find it odd how they said it and how they decided to throw in the winky face. Too many positive reviews of this app for the weird winky faces and odd descriptions. If I could give 0 stars I would, gave me the creeps.
Although I enjoyed the daily updates and reminders about my little one’s progress, I deleted the app because of the constant “daddy” oriented messages. Babies come from ALL circumstances and relationships; they are always a blessing, whether there is a daddy or not. The last thing an emotional pregnant woman needs is steady reminders of how her situation is different. Why have a separate app for Dad’s if the mom app is going to include and mention him constantly?
I liked the simple format of this app versus others that I’ve seen but every single message has a comment about “dad” literally every single day. I understand that the typical family includes two parent families, but families are becoming more and more diverse with same-sex parents, and single montherhood. If I had the option to remove those comments, I may have considered keeping the app, but for a mom who is very excited to be having her own baby, despite it being a product of an abusive relationship, it’s very upsetting to be constantly reminded that someone is “missing” from the picture.
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