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Kinsights Real Parenting Advice $150 Amazon Giveaway : (Ends 10/28)

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When I was a new mom I lived no where near my family. I had friends at work, co-workers but for the most part it was my husband and I. Of course when I needed help or advice I could call up my mom but that was back in the day when you paid for a long distance call. My sister is younger than me and had no child raising experience (yet). In fact, when my first son I wasn’t even aware of the internet and didn’t own a computer. I relied on books like “What to Expect When Your Expecting” (which has expanded even more).

How wonderful it would have been to have a community of parents who were going through what I was going through. Not 50 years ago but in the hear and now. My first son was not the easiest of children. He hated the car and lived in his swing (the old fashion wind up swing). He had reflux and at the time the doctor refused to prescribe anything because he was gaining weight. I was told that no action was taken until they turn 18 months (because most babies grew out of it), or if the baby was not growing properly. I spent the first 18 months of my sons life using receiving blankets as “puke” rags and listening to my mom tell me something was wrong with my son.

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Kinsights Parenting Community

Kinsights is a parenting site for new moms, experience moms, and of course dads and grandparents. It is a community where you can ask advice or questions and others can weigh in with their advice and personal experiences.

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Not only can you chat with other parents and get advice Kinsights will also keep all your child’s record neatly organized. I never realize how important having school, medical, and other records were until we moved to South Florida.

Kinsights Organizes Child Records

Kinsights helps you keep better track of your child’s health than ever before. Track medical issues and medications, height and weight, developmental milestones, immunization records and more safely and securely.

It’s all charted beautifully and in the context you need to understand it all.

You’ll be ready for school & camp registration, an emergency, or any other time you need this info at your fingertips.

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Just for checking out Kinsights and what it has to offer we are giving one lucky reader a $150 Amazon gift card. Simply enter on the form below.
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About Colleen

Colleen Shibley Mother to 3 kids, wife to an awesome & thoughtful husband, soccer & baseball mom, beach lover, book reader, working woman by day, and blogger by night. Blogging from sunny South Florida passionate about health & fitness, entertainment, and enjoying family time...[Read More...]


Comments

  1. Carolyn Daley says:

    My mom.

  2. Stuart Krishnan says:

    My mother in law

  3. Christian Alejandro says:

    my mom rocks at it!

  4. My mom for sure.

  5. Chris Wyatt says:

    My best parenting advice would be listen to your instincts when it comes to your children. Not those of a hypochondriac Lol (inlaws)

  6. Niki Johnson says:

    I relied most on my mom.

  7. I look to my own mom for a lot of advice when I have questions.

  8. I’d ask my cousin for parenting advice.

  9. Probably my mom, and then random book authors.

  10. My Mom but now that my Dad is gone I miss him.

  11. my mom tells me everything I need to know

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