As happens so often when one is surfing the web, I came across Young Parents Magazine whilst the subject was about as far from my mind as it could be. On another day I might simply have hit the back button but something about the clean-cut and pleasant home page drew me in and I Reverery could see no harm in taking a little look.
Subtitled ‘Your Parenting and Family Resource on the net!’, the home page offers an opportunity to sign up for a weekly newsletter, with tips; articles, fun stuff and money saving coupons, right at the start – a very good idea, given that anyone actually looking for the site may well be interrupted by the needs of the youngest member of the family at any moment and this way can act quickly to avoid losing touch with a useful resource.
The rest of the home page is taken up with a practical and charmingly candid article by Jennifer Tarzian, the lady who owns and operates the website – herself a ‘stay-at-home mom’.
Being a dinosaur and, as yet, uneducated in the world of RSS feeds, I can’t tell you what the RSS links at the top of the page lead to, but I found some familiar-looking text links a little way down the left-hand side of the page and was taken in for a moment by one that said ‘News’, as it too required RSS-readiness, something that anyone young enough to become a parent probably already takes for granted! My next click took me to the Articles page and I was soon totally absorbed.
Although I am well beyond the age when I might have been able to make practical use of some of the information and advice contained there, I found it fascinating and have no doubt that it was worth reading so that, if nothing else, I can suggest to younger family members and acquaintances that this might be a good place to find a wealth of useful, relevant and interesting reading material.
It was only as I sighed with regret at discovering that I had now seen all the articles, that I noticed, sandwiched between ‘News’ and ‘Articles’, an item I had missed entirely – a four-letter word such as one never would have seen on a website like this one a few years ago. Goodness knows how I could have failed to spot it at the start and what a joy to discover that I still had the entire Young Parents Magazine ‘Blog’ to look forward to. Whoopee!
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