Friday, 6 May 2011

Online Advice from Bounty*

20somethingmum is often asked to recommend a good all round baby, pregnancy and toddler advice site. Her answer-

Bounty, the pregnancy, baby and toddler advice service, is more commonly known for the great and handy Bounty Packs we ladies receive during and after pregnancy. However, they have an online website which you can join for free too.

The site itself is a one stop bookmark from the very start of trying for a baby- their Ovulation Calendar is simple to use and gives a guide to the times when you are most likely to conceive purely from inputting the required dates it asks for, including when it guesses Ovulation is at its strongest. It can save you money by simply referring to this guide instead of buying all sorts of Ovulation monitors and the like just by going online!

When you do conceive, it can be exciting, but also a time for worry, when you're hormone levels are racing. If you like many women are too embarrassed to ask personal questions of your new midwife, you'll find answers to all sorts on the friendly forums, from other expectant Mum's and Mum's who are doing ti all again so may have experienced what you are worried about.

If you can't wait to find out an estimate of when you may give birth, there's no need to wait until your scan, with Bounty's Pregnancy Calculator and Due Date estimator. Both will give you facts and figures as well as detailed drawings of what your growing bump looks like on the inside, and what stages and changes you can expect in each trimester.

Everything you need to know, plus advice and tips from pregnancy to toddler and beyond is available at the free to use and easy to navigate site. Its friendly and doesn't talk down to the reader, ad its advice you can trust from experts, with the added extra of being able to chat to real life Mum's and hear what lies ahead. 

I thoroughly recommend the site, and use it myself as a great insight into child rearing. Check it yourself if you want a place that's friendly, knowledgeable and overflowing with topics for help!

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