Best Parenting Websites

Looking for parenting information and resources? Check out these great websites!

Cafe Mom— A community where moms can ask questions, give advice and share personal experiences, covering issues from fashion to work.

Alpha Mom– Alpha Mom was started because, as counter-intuitive as it may seem, motherhood is not a natural instinct for many (many) women. Rather, connectedness is a new mom’s first instinct. And, with non-judgmental support and advice from other moms and parenting professionals, we try to help women embrace motherhood with confidence.

Parents– Parents Magazine includes message boards covering pregnancy, children, health, safety, food and…More parenting related topics.

Parenting— The home of Parenting and BabyTalk Magazines with information on many topics on being a parent.

Bundoo— Bundoo is a physician-driven resource for expecting parents and new parents of children from 0-4. Our content is evidence-based, and everything is either written or reviewed by doctors. They were recently named as an Official Honoree for this year’s Webby Awards in the Family/Parenting category.

CoParents— CoParents is a social media platform aimed at providing a common ground to free sperm donors. With over 100,000 registrations, CoParents has members from the United States, the UK, Australia, Canada and across the world and it’s one of the most comprehensive databases of its kind.

The Cradle — An all-questions-answered primer for the newly pregnant and new parents, with eco-friendly undertones.

Newborns Planet– This website focuses on smart parenting. You will find valuable information on diapers brands and types, cloth diapers and cheap diapers, breastfeeding and safety accessories.

Pampers–Pampers parenting institute. All about pampers and parenting. Includes email list and other resources online.

Mothering— Mothering is the largest online destination for parents interested in exploring natural and eco-conscious living — including birth and medical choice, breastfeeding, attachment parenting, gentle discipline, educational alternatives, healthy eating and green products.

PluggedIn Parents— A comprehensive cyber-world that offers advice from a pediatric nurse-practitioner, reader-approved recipes, and even family-dog pros and cons.

PBS Parents— Resources and expert advice about raising healthy children, encouraging literacy, family-friendly activities.

Kelly Mom — Evidence-based information on breastfeeding and parenting issues. Articles on breastfeeding, nutrition for mothers and infants, sleep and other parenting issues.

Just Mommies— Parenting articles and videos on a large range of topics.

Ask Dr. Sears— Get answers questions about kids’ health care, pregnancy, and childbirth, breastfeeding, and discipline.

Modern Mom— News, tips, and advice for today’s mom.

Moms Who Think – Moms Who Think is a premier women’s destination and one of the best parenting websites that recognize the need for both information and relaxation by providing solutions for families.

Working Mother

http://www.workingmother.comIt’s the online version of Working Mother magazine which covers work and life issues important to career-committed mothers.

Rollercoaster – This parenting website deals with the ups and downs of parenting. Provides information, support and advice on pregnancy, babies, nutrition and childcare. Includes an e-zine, discussion groups and a parenting diary.


http://www.mops.orgThis website is an international support network of women who share the common bond of preschool age children. Offers tips and discussion about parenting, marriage, health and money matters for stay home and working mothers.

Baby Dot Dot – A blog about pregnancy, parenting, nursery and baby information. Here you can find all sorts of guides and tips as well as best baby and mother product reviews and more.

All For The Boys– Allison Waken is mom, photographer, and wife to her husband of 14 years. She has four kids – 2 boys and 2 dogs, lives in Phoenix, AZ and travels with her family often. Alison created her blog as a space or her boys back in 2011 with links to lots of “boy” crafts and activities since that’s what she found myself constantly searching for on the internet. She posts activity inspiration, printables, and crafts.

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