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SmartChildGuide: A Great Website for Parents

August 10, 2011

The website http://www.smartchildguide.com announces the availability of parent education resources and other services that they have on their website to help parents. The site is full of helpful information for parents, from answers about pregnancy to lists of babysitters who live in nearby areas.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 09, 2011

The website http://www.smartchildguide.com announces the availability of parent education resources and other services that they have on their website to help parents. The site is full of helpful information for parents, from answers about pregnancy to lists of babysitters who live in nearby areas. Smartchildguide.com provides multiple services for parents of children of all ages, from babies, toddlers, and school-age kids.

One of their very helpful services is a listing of babysitters, nannies, child care providers, day care centers, preschools, and Montessori centers in each state in the U.S. Anyone looking for one of these childcare providers can just click on the state in which they live. All of the listings in cities near their home will pop up, and they can find day care centers, private babysitters, and others who may be the right one to watch their child while they work.

This service is also a great place for other reasons. Any daycare worker can search the listings in their city to find jobs if they are looking for work. Also, daycare centers can find workers when they have staff openings. Private babysitters are also able to list their services for free on this site. The ads never expire, so there is no need to repost them.

One daycare center who was looking for two teachers found them on this site. Their company representative said, “We found both of our new teachers at Smartchildguide.com, and we are very pleased with both of them. The kids love them, and the parents are very satisfied with the great activities that they do with the toddlers and kids.”

Another helpful feature of this website is that they advertise daycare centers in the area in which the parent lives. The parent can click on the daycare website and see what they have to offer, and then make a decision of whether or not they want to take a tour of the center. They can also interview the director or assistant director, look at the classrooms to see the children during a regular session, and then decide if their child would fit in to this particular center.

Many parents do not hire a babysitter or childcare provider without meeting them and interviewing them first to be sure that the person has the right home atmosphere that they are looking for. By interviewing the babysitter, the parent can ask questions to see if their way of handling children coordinates with the parents. Smartchildguide.com has helpful blogs that answer questions about finding the right babysitter, how to choose a daycare center, questions that are good to ask someone who may babysit, and other topics that can really help parents as they do this.

Parents can find answers to almost any question that they have about their child, no matter how old the child is. The website’s Ask an Expert Free feature allows parents to enter a question. The question is then answered by those who have had experience with the subject of the question. They may be grandparents, other young parents who found solutions to the problem, or anyone else who has information on the subject and responds.

The website is organized so that parents can go directly to the Blog category, enter their name, email address, and their question. Later on in the day, they can look on the Answers section where they may find answers to their question.

A representative of Smartchildguide.com recently said, “We are happy that our question and answer blog has helped thousands of members of our website who have had their questions answered. Sometimes parents just need reassurance that they are doing the right thing for their child, and we provide that at our website.”

Young women who are pregnant for the first time often have questions about pregnancy that they don’t feel comfortable asking anyone that they know. This website is a very good place to get answers to questions that they’re wondering about.

One woman wondered if other pregnant women were experiencing the pain and discomfort that she was having in the first three months of her pregnancy. The experts who answered reassured her that this was quite normal and that she would hopefully feel better in a month or two.

Most of the answers are very blunt and honest, and that makes them valuable. They aren’t just feel-good, fluffy answers, but they’re ones that are meaningful and helpful. The experts also told this particular woman that there was a possibility that she may feel terrible the entire nine months of her pregnancy, but that the important thing was that she could look forward to having her baby.

Other parents ask a variety of questions about how to care for diaper rash, what to do if an 8-month old bangs her head, or for suggestions of Irish names.

For more information, please visit http://www.smartchildguide.com.

About Smartchildguide.com:

Smartchildguide.com is a website for adults who are expecting a child or who have children and are looking for information to assist them with parenting. For more information about this company, please contact them via the following:

http://www.smartchildguide.com

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