Raising kids is hard. Finding useful information shouldn’t be.
At Baby Kid Care, it is our passion to provide you with useful parenting advice from the day your bundle of joy arrives in the hospital until their 18th birthday. My name is Sharon Dunn and I want to help you on your journey.
We offer a full service suite of information covering core topics of child care from feeding your baby, changing your baby, and putting your child down for bed each and every night.
Parenting is 24/7 and we look forward to covering all the important topics and grow with you and your child.
So let me tell you a bit about my self.
With my expertise and with the help of my supporting team, the goal of this website is to provide important and essential information to all new parents out there.
Table of Contents
- Raising kids is hard. Finding useful information shouldn’t be.
- Core Categories Of Advice
- 1) Child Safety
- 2) Baby Formula
- 3) Breast Pumps / Milk
- 4) Cribs
- 5) Car Seats
- 6) Walkers
- 7) Diaper Review
- 8) Toys and Games
- 9) Breast Milk Jewelry
Everything gets thrown at you so fast before, during and after the pregnancy that it is a whirlwind of emotion. Do not forget the impact of hormones on yourself either! New Dads feel the stress as well, so we can cut them a break from time to time too.
I have a diverse background in both my personal and professional life. In my spare time I also enjoy reading and writing, so sharing my knowledge only made since and that is how we got here!
Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Development
Masters in Early Childhood Education
PhD in Developmental Psychology
Private Practice in Psychology
Owner/Operator Daycare Facility
Mother of multiple children
Grew up with 3 siblings
Being a mother of four children, I had to learn the hard way and make mistakes as I went along. I do not want that to happen to you, so this site will hopefully help you not follow in my footsteps for this things I could have done better as a young mother and wife.
Also, my educational resources have served me with a plethora of valuable ideas and concepts that expecting parents and new parents may be able to benefit from. I am willing to adapt to technology as well, as things have really changed since I had my first child roughly 20 years ago.
The birth of my first child was in 2002, after that I have self-learned a lot of things, and am still learning to be honest with you.
But I continue to learn every day from the joys of parenting and helping others experience parenthood for the first time.
Sharing My Dream
I continued my joy of being a mother by creating parenting blogs after the birth of my second child, Robert. That is when my momentum got started of wanting to share my child care wisdom with others. Through the late night crying sessions to seeing the joy when your child gets his favorite video game for Christmas, that is what makes it all worth while.
From that time, I have been helping numerous parents through my trials and tribulations of being a mother. All of my blogs are full of resources and reviews of items that have worked great, and some not so much.
Whether we are talking about baby formula, diapers or just good old fashioned goofy things that kids do, my mission statement is to put valuable information about children out there to the world.
We are grateful when a cute baby comes to our family and he/she makes our family happier. Really it is true that every mom and dad wants to look after their baby and also tries to keep him free from danger and make the best decisions possible. From nutrition during the pregnancy to getting a birthing plan together before heading to the hospital to give birth, there are thousands of different scenarios and things to consider in your day to day life.
Babykidcare.com was then developed to fill a demand for new parents looking for information. We even have posts about helping to pick middle names for your boy or girl.
We also do not forget about the financial advice component that is important to investing for your kid’s future. Compound interest is the best friend of a young person! Keeping them from wanting to get it as soon as they turn into an adult is the trickier part!
Our guides are fully researched by our team of writers to deliver you the best information available, enabling you to make informed buying decisions, with no bias in mind.
Not only do we write baby product reviews, we can also help you find the information about how to look after your baby and your family. As your child grows, toys and various gadgets around the house will become a hide and seek mission with you trying to find all the toys around Christmas time before they sell out.
Whether you’re into new born safety and reducing risks, overall baby care including breast feeding and formula tips, activity and entertainment, travel gear & toys, along with our buyer’s guides we have got you covered.
To help ease the strain on new parents by providing a reliable source of information they can use to research and enhance their child’s life.Sharon Dunn
At Baby Kid Care, my goal is for you to leave with a piece of valuable information that you did not have before. Whether it is finding an alternative solution to your problem, or an innovate idea or thought that can change your mindset on things.
Here in 2022, there is so much new technology that being a new parent can be overwhelming, but also offer great opportunities to learn about the advance tech and best monitor your child.
Core Categories Of Advice
(check back for updates frequently)
1) Child Safety
a) Preventing SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) In Young Babies ( 1 – 12 months)
2) Baby Formula
a) Enfamil Enspire vs Neuropro
c) Similac Sensitive vs Total Comfort
d) Enfamil Infant vs Gentlease
3) Breast Pumps / Milk
a) Best Tasting Formula For Breastfed Babies
5) Car Seats
a) Tips for Installing and Removing
7) Diaper Review
a) Little Snugglers vs Little Movers
8) Toys and Games
9) Breast Milk Jewelry
a) The Ultimate Guide To Breast Milk Jewelry
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What Happens If Baby Drinks Spoiled Formula Milk?