The following sites contain broad, general parenting tips and advice — mostly from other parents, though some carry articles written by experts. Parenting & Family

Everything you want to know about parenting, family life, baby products, fatherhood, special needs, and stay-at-home parenting — plus the latest information on product recalls.

iVillage Parenting

Full of great parenting tips from experts as well as other parents, this popular site includes an online community for more interactivity with others who've been there and lived to tell.

KidSource OnLine

Lots of information for parents of children from newbies to school-aged. Find what you're looking for by choosing sections of specific interest and then perusing the many articles contained in each section.

The National Parenting Center

Get age-specific advice from the experts, who focus on distinct stages of child development.

Parent News

Here you'll find lots of articles, tips and news-related content on a wide variety of issues and topics of importance to you as a new (or even experienced) parent.

Subscribe to this free e-newsletter and you'll have instant access to hundreds of articles written by experts. You can add your own comments, or simply read others' comments in the reader's forum. If you want, you can also participate in surveys or in live chats.

Sesame Street Parents

Produced by the Children's Television Workshop (the same great folks who bring you TV's Sesame Street), this informative site offers content on everything from health and safety tips to education and community. One added bonus is an activities area featuring fun, yet educational, things to do together.

Single Parents

Expert advice, encouragement and support for single moms and dads, including information on child support and custody laws.

Comprehensive resource guides and interactive communities in seven major metropolitan areas, including Austin, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle. Sign up for the Urban Baby Daily to receive regular tips, new product information, and more.

Zero to Three

This site offers both professional and parents' sections, and provides insights into child development. If you're wondering whether your baby's on track, this will be a valuable resource for you.

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