Calling all parents

To all you parents out there:  My newborn, 1 month old ,  is already becoming a great resource of information for parents.

(If I sound proud, it’s because I am!)

An amazing group of contributing authors (which I can’t thank enough) have gathered together to write in PS  ; some of them are counsellors, some are parents sharing their daily challenges, and all are there for you.

Although still very young, it already covers many topics you might find useful, such as parenting teens, single parenting, internet safety, bullying, eating disorders, special needs parenting, books to cope, and so much more.

Please visit the site and follow, it is growing rapidly and valuable info is added every day.

You can also follow Facebook   and   Twitter, all new articles are published daily.

If you are looking for a place to share your parenting experience, or if  you are  dealing with specific parenting challenges and would like to help others by sharing,  if you are working with children / parents and feel that you can contribute to the site, please feel free to contact me at to become a contributing author.

If you are a representative of this rare species – a man, who is also a blogger AND a parent; who in addition to the above is involved in his children’s life, please do not feel that you are excluded from this invitation. On the contrary 😉 mail me.

See you all at




Filed under Blogging, Children, Teens & Tweens

19 responses to “Calling all parents

  1. Reblogged this on Pride in Madness and commented:
    Parents-Space is doing so well! I’m so glad to be apart of this website!

  2. betweenthewords

    I would love to contribute to your site. Can you send me information regarding this. My site is Thanks!

  3. mkesling63

    I would say for any age child, they want their parents to stay the stars of their young worlds. All Ages.

  4. I am thrilled to be contributing to Parents-Space as well! Thank you setting up this awesome community.

  5. Hello, I just nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger Award. Follow this link to find out more. 🙂

  6. I’m so happy to be a part of it 🙂 You’ve done a great thing in putting this together!!

  7. I am a rep of the rare species you mentioned. Man, husband, dad, standing proud. And remember most dads want to get involved these days, otherwise it would be called single parenting 😉 Congrats on the baby. Keep up the good work.

  8. I am another rep of the rare species! I am involved with my two daughters and my teenage step-daughter, along with my wife. I have also worked with children in ministry positions and as a 9-5. Part of my 9-5 was working with special needs children, especially those on the autistic spectrum. Keep up the good work. God bless.

  9. Proud to be a part of PS as a contrubuter. A bunch of advice that you didn’t even know you could use!

  10. Thanks for the like recently. I would love to see some advice on the 8-12 year old phase…….. I have one in the tween phase already and one who is 7 and seems like she’s already there. The 4 year old you know about! I thought it would get easier as they get older. I think it does in a physical way (as in less micromanagement of teeth brushing, shoe wearing etc) but I think it gets more complicated in terms of managing their feelings and responses to things. I was waiting for some space back in my 40s. I don’t think so! 😉

    • Please read my post of today, you are advised there to download a converter app. to your 12’s cell.And seriously, you are welcome to follow the site’s FB / Twitter, or join the contributors community.

  11. Sara Jane

    I love what you are doing. Such a good idea!

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