As a parent in the 21st century, I’m endlessly thankful that I live in an age where information about virtually anything is at my finger tips.
Since becoming pregnant for the first time, and giving birth to my two gorgeous children, the Internet has been my lifeline where all things pregnancy, baby and toddler are concerned. And, with sites like Bounty.com, there is excellent, free advice available online in a few simple clicks.
I’m sure most Mums in the UK have heard of Bounty. I remember being given the token to collect my Bounty Pack and (in the best fashion I could in my hugely pregnant state), almost skipping down to Boots to go and collect it. Then there were the New Mum Bounty packs I received in hospital, full of sample sized goodies, vouchers and very importantly, the forms I needed to fill in to claim Child Benefit.
These days Bounty does much much more than provide freebies to new mums. As the ‘UK’s Favourite Parenting Club’, Bounty.com is the perfect parenting site for any mum or mum-to-be.
From conception to pregnancy, birth and beyond, Bounty is jam packed with articles and information to help, reassure and sometimes simply make you smile.
Bounty’s pregnancy week by week section helps you understand what to expect at every crucial stage. From feelings and worries to appointments and birth options, there is a wealth of knowledge available.
Worried how you’re going to cope with your newborn bundle? Bounty.com’s ‘Baby’ section has articles galore to help you wade through those early days, weeks and months. There’s also a separate mini site, ‘The New Dad’s Survival Guide‘ for expectant fathers, because Dad’s need support on their journey into fatherhood too.
For those times when only the advice of another parent will suffice, the Bounty forum allows you to reach out and connect with like minded people and benefit from each others knowledge, and perhaps even find a shoulder to cry on or make a new friend.
So, if you’re looking a great website for all things pregnancy, baby and parenting then Bounty.com is an excellent choice.
Why not pop over and join ‘The UK’s Favourite Parenting Club’ today?