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I don't think he was looking for parenting advice, he has a care plan in place and wanted recommendations on how to use Google to help! There are plenty of reasons (medically, personal preference, to beat 'the blur') to record when your baby eats, sleeps, and poops.
We used Feed Baby and it worked very well for us.
It doesn't have google home integration, but idk if you want to be talking to your home at 4am when your baby is refusing to fall asleep!
I'm using Feed Baby. It tracks everything, feeds (it starts a timer, which if you're nursing you can time each breast), pumps, diapers, medication, growth(height, weight, head which is plotted on a graph) and baths. You can set alarms to let you know when 3 hours have passed since the last feed (or whatever)
I love it for the widgets of which there are a ton. I have one that is a toolbar with all the tracking options, and then I'm using 3 that show me the last feed time/duration/amount, the last time I pumped (duration/amount), and today's diapers.
There is a free and a pro version. The pro version unlocks all the widgets. If you use the free trial, you can use the widgets but then they stop working after a week or so. It's $5, but you can sync between two phones (you'd have to buy twice) and it also allows you to track multiple children.
Try using the baby stats app,
You can use Google Assistant to add a wet or poopy diaper (among other things) and it will keep all the stats for you. It's not the prettiest app but it is functional.
My wife and I tried it and it was alright, but we ended up using the (not Google Assistant compatible, just Android/iPhone) app called feed baby, [link]
Which is a fantastic app and very helpful to any parents of a newborn and up. If only it had the Google Assistant integration, it would be perfect and complete.
We use Feed Baby. It tracks absolutely everything about your baby. Breastfeeding, Bottles, Diapers, sleeps, anything. And it syncs between any iPhone and Android too.
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The Feed Baby App.
Its really useful once the child is born. You are seriously sleep deprived and this can help with knowing last feed, change etc. You wont have to wake your significant other to ask.
We've been using Feed Baby for the past 11 months and it's been great. Linkme: Feed Baby
Edit: There's also a free version but I think if you need multiple kids the you'll have to go with pro. Feed Baby Lite
One of the features I love is the device syncing.
I've used Feed Baby with my kids. I'm not going to say I love it, but it does a decent job syncing and works fine, has a dark mode.