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The Parentville Fave Five - Six Great Moms Who Can Make you Savvier

Posted Mar 29 2010 10:33am

Parentville.com

We have been seeing some great recommendations on products to help other parents - especially from our new contributors featured in the slides at the top of the Parentville home page .  These women's children inspired them to become experts in their fields, offering must-have services and content.  We're proud to introduce our editorial partners and some of their ideas.  We also wanted to let you know that you can now find " Rolemommy in Parentville " by clicking on "Product Reviews" at the top of Rolemommy.com or by going directly to http://rolemommy.parentville.com !


Pint Size Social



Pint Size Social was started by Meredith Levy , who has a nose for finding trendsetting, resourceful, stylish picks for the entire family.  See her eco-conscious Lunchbots storage pick here !


Lunchbots


SmallforBig



SmallforBig was started by Mari Richards , who has an eye for children's toys and gifts - she has 12+years of relative design experience!  See her neat take on stacking blocks, er, robots , and a great Top 10 Flash Sale Sites for Kids rec !   Schylling Stacking Robots


MommyMDGuides



MommyMDGuides was started by Jennifer Reich and Dr. Rallie McAllister , two moms with a lot of experience who are leveraging the wealth of knowledge that doctors who are moms have to help other moms.  They just wrote a new book on pregnancy and birth to answer your questions!   See their Mealtime Manners placemats recommendation - kids can eat and learn at the same time!


Mealtime Manners


Productive Parenting



Productive Parenting was started by Mother-Daughter duo, Susan Dineen and Emily Rempe , and Early Childhood expert and Physical Therapist, respectively.  They see the importance of teaching your child new skills through activities they suggest on a daily basis. 


See their recommendation for developing children's reading habits early - and register your child on their site to track his/her progress and get great ideas!


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