Wednesday, November 17, 2010

BabyCenter - THE Interactive Parenting Network





We live in the digital age where we research and communicate through digital means. As moms, we want to know every tidbit of information and no longer leave things up to chance, on individual, etc. We look to the internet to communicate with other moms, get advice, find answers and information, etc. 

When I am looking for information or advice for anything regarding parenting, I first turn to Babycenter.com. I am frequently on their site. In fact, at least once a day.  Regardless of whether you're on your first pregnancy or your on your 5th, you are sure to find what you need. In fact, while my son was ill and through much research through their site,  I found out about an illness that exhibited the same symptoms. Took my son to the doctor, who then sent me to take him to a children's hospital for testing. Sure enough, through that research it helped discover what it was. I can thank Babycenter.com for helping..

BabyCenter offers:
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  • BabyCenter My Pregnancy Today App This new, free application for the iPhone and iTouch, guides expectant moms through their pregnancy journey, offering award-winning, medically reviewed health content; advice from obstetricians, midwives, nutritionists, and other experts; daily activities and reminders; and conversation and connection with other moms-to-be in BabyCenter’s community.
  • BabyCenter “Preparing for Labor and Birth” Online Class The BabyCenter Class is a convenient, at-home option for moms who can’t attend hospital childbirth classes due to hectic work schedules or being put on bed rest. And the price is right, too! For only $39.99, the all-new 2-hour instructional course lets you hear from doctors, ask your questions, and build confidence for your big day. Preparing for Labor and Birth includes: An explanation of the signs and stages of labor; What to expect during labor; Labor and birth stories from new moms; An overview of your pain-management options; A tour of a delivery room; Suggestions for creating your birth plan; A checklist to help you prepare for the big day and more.
    BabyCenter Baby and Pregnancy books
  • BabyCenter Parenting Books (BabyCenter® Pregnancy and BabyCenter® Baby) These two new practical and reassuring books provide pregnant women and new mothers with all of the information and support they need during this exciting new time in their lives, with a blend of expert advice and true “mom wisdom.” 
  • Mom Answers This new interactive tool gives BabyCenter moms an emotionally supportive environment where they can ask questions and get answers straight from other moms who’ve had similar life experiences. It’s like having access to 8 million best girlfriends 24/7.
  • Milestones The new Milestones tool provides BabyCenter moms the ability to quickly and easily record important pregnancy and childhood milestones and share them with friends and family via e-mail, Facebook, and the BabyCenter Community. It’s a fun way to create an online “baby book.”

 Thanks to my affiliation with MyBlogSpark, I received a fantastic BabyCenter gift box. The box contained two new BabyCenter parenting books: BabyCenter® Pregnancy and BabyCenter® Baby, an exclusive code to try the all-new BabyCenter online class for free, a package of Seventh Generation diapers, a gift card from BabyCenter partner, Shutterfly and an adorable BabyCenter bib.


I continue to be grateful to Babycenter.com for it's giftbox as well as the overall assistance it provides.



Stop by and check out the 
BabyCenter site. There is so much information. 

Visit BabyCenter on Facebookand on Twitter @babycenter to “Like” or “Follow” the brand and keep up with the latest news.


Thank you to My Blog Spark and BabyCenter.com for providing a product to test.  All opinions stated are my own.




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