KIDgistix is an online solution for managing the busy lives of children on-the-go. It is an easy-to-use, interactive tool that allows parents, caretakers and kids to quickly enter and access daily activities, requirements and actions necessary to stay on top of their lives.
Now, managing the complex logistics, "to do" lists and priorities of modern children has never been simpler. KIDgistix eliminates ongoing chaos (and stress) by allowing everyone involved in orchestrating a kid's life to easily share the information they need.
Perfect for working moms, busy stay-at-home moms, single parents, shared parents, caretakers and sitters, KIDgistix is a collaborative system that empowers parents to take control of their family's hectic schedules and bring back the fun.
You just received an Evite for your 11-year-old's BFF's birthday party next Saturday, the same time as your yoga class, at the roller rink across town. You need a birthday present, a driving plan, and kneepads for skating. Your week is already packed with meetings and after-school activities; you feel an onset of stress and disorganization. How will you manage it all? Will you ever make it to yoga?
You received three emails from your children's school today regarding upcoming priorities. The first involved a list of items needed for your fourth grader's overnight field trip. Next was a description of the types of athletic shoes for your second grader (no flashing lights please). Finally, your seventh grader is starting language classes and needs to decide between Spanish and Chinese. When did everything become so complicated? How does anyone keep up?
A form came back in your son's knapsack requesting a signature and a check for the after school swimming classes he's been begging you to take. You realize that the swimming program falls on the same day as your daughter's gymnastics class. You send a flurry of emails to other mothers trying to carpool. If only you had paid more attention to the conflicting logistics. You're feeling wrought with guilt and tell yourself that's the last time you'll do that.