Local Family Resources are Only a Click Away in Monterey Bay

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Parents can now research preschools, camps and more any time of day on the most comprehensive site for parents in Monterey Bay.

How can sleep deprived parents be expected to have the time or brain power left to research preschools, kids classes and activities when they barely have time to fold the laundry and clean out sippy cups? Parents, grandparents and teachers finally have a one-stop site to find family friendly resources. Parents have come to rely on MBParent.com for planning birthday parties, locating camps and connecting with parent support groups from Monterey Bay to Santa Cruz.

In April 2006, Daniel Ross founded MBParent.com, to centralize family resources in Monterey, California and make it easier to find local information. “Our goal is to give parents choices by connecting them with local resources. Parents no longer have to be overwhelmed when they need information,” shares Ross

This free site for parents not only lists businesses and programs but it also offers tips on a variety of subjects such as fun baby shower ideas, etiquette tips for kids, how to interview a babysitter, and how to research preschools. The classifieds section is one of the most widely used areas and it gives parents a convenient place to buy and sell used children’s items. Parents can register to receive a monthly e-newsletter updating them on local events and activities.

Parents are also encouraged to make a difference in their community through the families giving back section. Non-profits can post their needs by listing volunteer opportunities and wish lists which gives parents and children ideas on how they can support local organizations.

MBParent.com is the most comprehensive site for parents giving them one place to find all their links and information. It allows parents to do their research from home any time of the day.

. To interview Daniel Ross, please contact Daniel at (831) 392-5504 or Daniel @ mbparent.com.

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