I'm extending a welcome to other grandparents and parents to discuss the development of their children
Alton, IL (PRWEB) March 15, 2009
Website proprietor Julie Clayton is first and foremost a parent and grandparent. Heavily involved with her family, Clayton is building her space on the internet to reflect her three passions: children, gardening and cooking. For all intents and purposes, she's starting with the passion that is closest to her heart: children.
In December 2008, Clayton started http://www.TiggysToddlerTips.com, an online resource guide that has a lot of valuable information on childhood development as well as kids' games and learning toys that would help in that area of education.
"It was natural to have a site like this because most parents need the information and products that would aid in the development of their children," said Clayton.
"For me, it's best to combine the availability of these toddler products along with the information that will aid the parents in the beginning steps of educating their kids."
Alongside the information and games that are currently on the site, Clayton hopes to add nutrition facts to her site; in fact, the numerous resources that are on her website will find its way onto her new blog, http://www.TiggysToddlerTipsInfo.com.
As a natural extension of the website, the blog expands on what Clayton covers in Tiggy's Toddler Tips and goes into detail. She also shares some of her maternal experience with readers and hopes to exchange ideas with other parents and grandparents on the trials and tribulations of raising kids.
"I'm extending a welcome to other grandparents and parents to discuss the development of their children," Clayton said.
As the website continues to shift and evolve, TiggysToddlerTips.com will surely become one of the most important resources for childhood development and as people start to take heed of starting education before toddlers walk over the preschool threshold.
About the Company:
TiggysToddlerTips.com is a part of Julin Ent. LLC, which is owned and operated by Julie Clayton.