An international organization that connects adoptees, birth parents, adoptive parents and siblings. Established in 1995, the website boasts of numerous success stories of reuniting relatives. There are also quotes to inspire adoptees to take the leap to finding the rest of their family.
Parenting website aimed at parents in New Zealand. Join the forum to meet other parents, subscribe to their email alerts for information about pregnancy, get parenting information and learn about products that are available.
A website that helps parents find the best name for their baby, with an index of more than twenty three thousand names. There is also a listing of the most popular names to help you get started. When one searches for a name, there is historical information on it, nicknames, alternate spellings, details on how popular it is and more.
Troubled Teens Help Site
Provides information about resources for dealing with troubled teans, such as boarding schools, residential treatment programs and military style boot camps.
One of the Internet's premier resources for those interested in adopting children, and even adults. While most of the information available here is designed for the United States, visitors from other countries will find many of the articles and links to be of interest. Information on looking up birth parents and other kinds of community support can also be found here.
Firstgov on Grandparents
Comprehensive resources for grandparents, including recommended resources, health and safety, reports and publications, state resources and more.
A comprehensive website with information on choosing a name and finding out which names are popular. Celebrity baby blogs, parenting advice, a list of most popular names and so on all help you get started. For those looking for extra help, there is an array of extra services such as name consulting.
Parenting After Divorce
The government of Canada's official website about this topic, including the Justice Department's child centered family justice strategy.
CyberParent is an Internet website directory that is family friendly; everything from marriage, to children, to nutrition and so on. On the Internet since 1997, the site has an exhaustive volume of resources that even includes organic gardening. The site has a free eNewsletter to keep up date with all the new developments on the site.
A pregnancy and parenting resource. Find advice on conception, pregnancy nutrition, birthing methods, work at home tips and parenting tips. The website also offers a video channel where viewers can listen to stories and advice from average moms. Share your experiences with other individuals on the site’s discussion forum.
Millstone Day Nursery
Provides two day nurseries in Leicester, England. The nurseries are family run concerns that provide a caring, stimulating and safe environment for children.
The Foundation for Grandparenting
The Foundation promotes greater understanding between parents, grandparents, and grandchildren. There are dedicated sections for the interests of grandmothers' and grandfathers. There are also articles and other materials written by Dr. Kornhabler, a researcher who studies grandparents.
Brought to you by the AARP. Includes listing of community grandparenting resources, healthy living, raising grandchildren, visitation issues and more. Join the message board or read the blog.
Annie E. Casey Foundation
An American organization that is focused on improving the lives of children and families. The foundation provides numerous resources on family health, education, economic security and
other issues that affect the daily well being of families. In addition to providing services, the foundation also encourages the reform and improvement of public services in the United States.
A resource on pregnancy, children, toddlers and the great changes that are brought about by having children. The site's "Get Answers" section helps parents find advice on their parenting concerns and the site's store has books, DVDs and all kinds of other items that parents will appreciate.
A community website for Canadians with children. The website has a full slate of community services including blogs, message boards, and so on. There is also a great deal of advice and articles on parenting, cooking and child care. One section of the site is dedicated especially to the concerns of mothers.
Child & Family WebGuide: Tuft’s University
A directory of websites about family, education and children. The website is well indexed to provide you access to websites on child development, literacy, and many other important subjects. There is also a section dedicated to medical and policy sites.
A resource for parents of young children, as well as teachers. You can find products and other materials to make preschool a more engaging process. There are also listings of early childhood products, some of which are discounted.
Strives to help parents plan and share their family life. The site has articles on parenting, holidays, food, school and a whole section dedicated to mothers. There is also information on crafts, searchable by difficulty level and keyword.
Natural Child Project
The Natural Child Project is an educational project dedicated to making sure that children can grow up into well developed adults. The website also has a whole section devoted to news about children. You can also find out about counselling services here if you want expert advice on raising your child.
Website offers articles, tips and advice for new and expectant parents about newborns, babies, and toddlers.
I Wanna Be Found
Website helps people locate other people and make contact with them.
Leading specialist and professional UK maternity nurse agency helping expectant mothers.