Where can you find absolutely the best advice on every stage of a child’s life including that first and often most perplexing of times, pregnancy? ParentsConnect.com is a wonderful site that brings together the best of expert advice, tips, seasoned mom’s insights and more, all in one central spot and available at the click of a mouse. It’s actually a wonder that there aren’t more sites like this one available. However, once you’ve visited the site (and no doubt spent a good bit of time looking around) you’ll realize that you don’t need another site anyway.
You’ll find a calendar widget to customize and add to your website or the pages of whatever social networks you frequent. This makes it a breeze to keep family and friends up to date on how you and your little one are doing before the big day! The detailed baby name page will help you decode the meaning of any baby names you’ve been considering or find name choices with your specific definition. Additional tabs link you to pages allowing you to participate in various birth circles or follow amazing illustrations of your child in each of your pregnancy stages and you will find a wealth of informational or interactive boards, tips, lists, etc to cover everything you already want to know while providing you with lots of tips and information you didn’t even think to ask. Of course, every new parent would be happy to receive free giveaways and you’ll find loads of lists of free stuff for the expectant parent.
You’ll also find answers to important personal questions along with solid advice from other moms who’ve been where you are. Perhaps you’re concerned about your growing pregnancy belly or maybe you’d like a henna tattoo to adorn your child’s first home and announce happily to the world that your expectant joy is arriving soon. You are free to post and discuss these topics and more. Find out about the experience of others. Are they happy with the birthing method they chose? Would they do it again? Certainly you’ll find out the pluses and minuses to gain a little wisdom in making this time special and meaningful for your own family. Then, after the joyous day comes and goes, you’ll find even more resources, information and advice for all the stages of your child’s life.