The Newly Launched Go-To Mom.TV Website Becomes a Mom and Dad's Best Friend

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The newly launched site http://www.TheGoToMom.TV is a dynamic "How to" show for families with young children (newborn to 6 years old). The "Go-To Mom" addresses parenting issues, discipline strategies,developmental activities and much more. The show also presents current research about the development of the young child's brain. Viewers can interact with The Go-To Mom by calling in live to The Go-To Mom's Talk Show. Various specialists are featured periodically. The "Go-To Mom" is proud of her "What's hot and What's not: Baby Product Tips and Leads special segment. Los Angeles based, former preschool teacher and licensed child development therapist, Kimberley Clayton Blaine, is the "Go-To Mom"

Kimberley Clayton Blaine, a mother of two young boys, former preschool teacher and a licensed Family and Child Therapist has rapidly become America's #1 Go-To Mom. At her new site, http://www.TheGoToMom.TV, Kimberley offers easily accessible information on all aspects of parenting and child rearing. "Where there's a child," explains Kimberley, "there is always a parent with a question." The site's main feature, The Go-To Mom's Talk Show/Pod cast, addresses parenting issues, discipline strategies and a live parent forum for Q&A. The various segments present current research and periodic interviews with specialists. Viewers can also call in live to the show or visit one of the most popular parts of the site: What's Hot and What's Not: Baby Product Tips and Leads.

The Go-To Mom's mission is to give parents invaluable information in a short period of time. A specialist in non-coercive, non-aggressive parenting, Kimberley is both an expert and a hands-on mom. "I teach moms and dads the basics of parenting through relationship," she explains "Most of us have been taught parenting through coercion which is not only ineffective but is damaging to a child. I advise parents to review how they were parented, so that they don't repeat the same mistakes. From my perspective, parenting through relationship is not a strategy but a philosophy."

How the http://www.TheGoToMom.TV came to be:
Quality care was hard to find when Kimberley was looking for a preschool for her son. She found that many centers lacked the child focused mission -- most used overly directive teaching styles, the classroom environment and activities did not honor the child's natural ability to choose for themselves, and the child's expression of creativity, spirit and intellect was not promoted. After years of research and personal experience in the field, Kimberley finally decided to start a network channel that focuses on the "whole child."

About Us:
Kimberley has been working with families and children for over 20 years. Her years of experience include: working as a preschool teacher, supervisor of preschool programs, therapist in private practice, director of child abuse programs and trainer for child welfare organizations. She has created children's treatment coloring books for the California Department of Criminal Justice Planning and has coordinated conferences for CA Dept. of Social Services. Kimberley currently teaches "Early Childhood Brain Development" and "Positive Discipline Strategies" at UCLA Extension Education Department.

The Go-To Mom is currently partnering with a few of the leading new media companies that cater to parents with babies and toddlers. The Go-To Mom Blog can be seen on a variety of social networks that are dedicated to moms.

The Go-To Mom is also a regularly scheduled show on BiggyTV. is an online and wireless video distribution hub. Their unique syndication model offers millions of page views through affiliate websites, and via access on mobile phones.

For Information Contact:
Kimberley Clayton Blaine
at kcb @
Or call Leila Belcher
Anthony Mora Communications (323) 874-2933

Visit: http://www.TheGoToMom.TV now

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