What are good online resources about parenting and children?
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WebMD has a whole section dedicated to parenting, for example. You can find it here http://www.webmd.com/parenting/ Also, http://www.parents.com/ is a great site with lots of tips and resources.
http://www.pbs.org/parents/ is a great recourse for parenting and children, it includes many features, articles, and activities.
I'm personally not a parent. But a good friend of mine reccomends this website http://www.childfamilyconnections.org/
PBS Parents is a trusted resource that’s filled with information on child development and early learning. It also serves as a parent's window to the world of PBS KIDS, offering access to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.
http://www.babycenter.com/ is a great resource. When you are initially pregnant, you put in your due date and you can get weekly updates on how your baby is growing. Once the child(ren) is/are born, you can get all kinds of information on what they should eat, how much they should sleep and advice from mothers, fathers and healthcare professionals. You can get the latest information on shots, car seats, and milestones. As your child learns and grows, the site sends you information about your growing toddler and child. It is a great resource
Psychology today has a lot of articles written by professionals. You can search articles by category such as parenting. It is a very well written websites. Articles are up to date and scientific evidence is often quoted.
http://www.babycenter.com/ was great for my spouse and I when we had our daughter! Highly recommend it.
CafeMom.com has a ton of supportive mother's with great advice! Plus several articles and blogs regarding parenting tips!
http://www.mumsnet.com/ is a very useful site depending on what you are looking for, it has parenting tips from well regarded experts, forums to speak to other parents and links to other great resources.
The parenting subreddit on reddit is a really good place : http://www.reddit.com/r/parenting You can find support, help, advices, ideas, etc. People there are mostly cool and comprehensive.
When searching for resources, ensure it's from a legitimate and reputable source! .Edu and .Gov are usually good indicators. On that note, your best bet by checking the following link: http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Parents.shtml
http://www.edutopia.org/SEL-parents-resources help with schools http://www.discoveryeducation.com/parents/ resources to help your child succeed http://www.helpguide.org/ assortmernt if help guides ranging on all kinds of advice ad education for what your child might be going through pflag.org glbtqia for parents www.rainn.org for rape abuse and incest victims www.childline.org.uk/ rape abuse icest UK parents http://www.drugfree.org/get-help/helpline/ Drugs and alcohol how to help your child http://learnaboutmarijuanawa.org/parents.htm help your kids with marijuana use
http://newparent.com/mom/10-best-parenting-websites http://www.amessagewithabottle.com/best-parenting-websites-blogs/ https://www.parenting.com/blogs/screen-play/jeana-lee-tahnk/parents-have-spoken-and-chosen-these-websites-top-picks
There is any baby can, as well as if you type in parenting resources whole lists will pop up with agencies and ideas. :)
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