Parenting Magazines

Parenting MagazineAs a young parent, I often rely on my mother for [tag]parenting[/tag] advise when it comes to dealing with my little ones. Call me lazy or call me inexperienced but my mother’s advise always seem to be the correct ones. After all, she did bring me up well and has umpteen years of experience with children.

But alas, my mother does not stay with me. Her knowledge and experience can only be tapped if she’s at home answering my calls. I tried offering/bribing her a mobile phone but she refused to be chained to technology. My wife and I finally thought that it’s best for us to stand on our own two feet when it comes to our children’s upbringing.

We thought long and we thought hard. Where are we to solicit uptodate information about parenting? Where can we read and learn about parenting skills and “best practices” for a child’s [tag]upbringing[/tag]? If we want to buy expensive children items (e.g. car seats), where can we get expert reviews? Trust me when I say that many questions popped in our heads and we have no answers.

We decided to hop over to Borders in search of some parenting books. As we entered through the entrance, a section on magazines caught my eyes (all guys are suckers for gadget and auto magazines :mrgreen:). Along with [tag]magazines[/tag] that interest me were [tag]parenting magazines[/tag]. I took one copy and skimmed through the contents and immediate knew that the questions I asked before had been answered.

Magazines with parenting emphasis provide focus on bringing up children, the best products, experts reviews, latest happenings revolving around children’s growth, best methods for children intelligence and much much more. Children’s health and general disease prevention are also discussed and explained (very valuable content).

I am now a proud subscriber of parenting magazines such as Young Parents and Parenthood. These magazines and their back copies are worth more than what I paid them for.

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