A place for new parents, new parents to be and old parents who want to help out. Posts focusing on the transition into living with your new little one and any issues that may come up. Ranting and gushing is welcome!
We are people. Mucking through the ickier parts of child raising. It may not always be pretty, fun and awesome, but we do it.
And we want to be here for others who are going through the same experiences and offer a helping hand.
/r/Parenting is the place to discuss the ins and out as well as ups and downs of child-rearing. From the early stages of pregnancy to when your teenagers are finally ready to leave the nest (even if they don't want to) we're here to help you through this crazy thing called parenting. You can get advice on potty training, talk about breast feeding, discuss how to get your baby to sleep or ask if that one weird thing your kid does is normal.
Raising Kids is a community for those interested in insightful articles, reddiquette, reading before voting and intelligent respectful discussion on the topic of parenting and raising children.
This reddit is inspired by the ideals of TrueReddit and RepublicOfReddit.
Some things are not allowed:
comments that are overly aggressive or hateful;
any sort of Low Investment Material (e.g. advice animals);
pictures of kids (except to illustrate a larger point)).
This is a judgement-free zone to ask and provide tips, ask questions, and share success stories about sleep-training your little ones. Whether you want to "cry it out" or you want to try a "no-cry sleep solution" (or anything in between), you're welcome here!
This is a subreddit for Moms, Dads, and any caregiver who is using or has used formula in any way to feed their kiddos. This is a judgment-free zone created as a safe space for people to discuss all things formula.