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Best Online Parenting Advice

We all want to be the best parents we can, but we have doubts sometimes about what we’re doing is the best for our children. Nobody is born with good parenting skills. Parenting skills are something we need to learn. That’s good news because it means we can be good parents if we learn how. Parenting is a skill and not a natural talent. But where should you go for parenting advice and tips? There are hundreds of parenting websites. Which ones offer the best parenting resources? Well of course this site will provide an excellent resource as we develope it more. There are many great sites available but, here is a list of the very best.

Take a look at these sites for valuable parenting tips.

  1. Gerber Foods, the baby food manufacturer, has a wonderful parenting website, http://www.gerber.com, with loads of advice about parenting for those with infants and toddlers. Especially helpful is their Parents Resource Center, a 24 hour live help forum for parentins with questions and problems that come up in the middle of the night or any time really, they are there to assist with parenting advice.
  2. Is your toddler potty training? You can share your experiences and get helpful information. http://www.pottytrainingsolutions.com is a parenting website with easy-to-read advice on parenting potty training. They have series of helpful articles to take you through the whole process. Also, the FAQ sections help with basic parenting advice.
  3. Parents want to be able to trust a successful parenting website and who has better qualified than the people from the PBS show, Sesame Street for all of these years. Their parenting articles on http://www.sesamestreet.org/parenting give fantastic advice for parenting toddlers as well as adolescents. Some recent parenting articles include “How to Raise an Eager Reader” and “advice on keeping your parenting resolutions”. There’s also nutritional information and recipes as well as kids activity ideas. It truley is a great parenting resource.
  4. Parents of teens will appreciate the free parenting tips on http://www.byparents-forparents.com. In addition to articles, there are self-tests that allow parents to measure the effectiveness of their parenting techniques. Another highlight of the site is the open parent/teen forum that gives both teens and adults the chance to share their thoughts. You can get a real view into the hearts of teens and they can see the sincere love and heart of parents too.
  5. Stay-at -home and Work-at-home moms can sometimes feel isolated. Visit http://www.wahm.com to share ideas with like-minded moms (and dads). They offer parenting articles, an active parenting forum, and even a section with job leads, featuring telecommuting positions and freelancing gigs.
  6. And, finally, for those times when you need a lighter moment, there’s http://www.parentinghumor.com, a well written website, dedicated to the humorous side of parenting.

Just remember that you’re not alone. You’re not a bad parent if you need help. All parents need advice sometimes.

There are thousands of parenting resources online. From parenting workshops to parenting forums, there’s a wealth of information available for parents with children of any age.

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