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Surviving Infancy



Hey Neighbors!

No I am not expecting!  I was recently given the opportunity to review the download of Surviving Infancy.  This is also available on DVD for those who are interested.  Before I begin, I want to state here that this is not meant to replace your pediatrician.  It is designed to be available for you to reference and provide information.  Now, let's get on with the Baby Shower!  What a great gift this would make!  Having all this information right at your fingertips!  Over three hours of information!

I know the young lady we had the shower for would have benefitted from this series.  She is a young mom with loads of questions!  This would have made the perfect gift for her.  I am sure she will do great at being a mom, but there is so much information available that would assist her especially those first few months.


I know everyone reading this has internet and the opportunity to Google anything they would like to know.  The problem with this is, not everyone out there really knows what they are talking about.  Anyone can post information on the internet.  With Surviving Infancy you have Drs. Diane Birnbaumer and Maureen McCollough to help with advice when a Dr. is not readily available.

The doctors state the facts, abstain from opinions and keep the information accessible without being lengthy or boring.  The videos were found to be so outstanding and helpful that the prestigious Parent Tested Parent Approved award was bestowed upon the videos before they even launched their website.  Parents can pick up a streaming version of the videos for $24.95 or a two disc DVD set for $29.95. Both are available online at www.SurvivingInfancy.com. This is probably the best baby shower gift you could get for expectant parents, and comes in handy for toddlers to age 3 years.

Right now you can receive the streaming version for $14.95 and the DVD version for $19.95.  This series has won several awards and is well worth your time to look into.

See below:
The video guidebook that’s aptly named, has managed to rack up four prestigious awards from four of the most trusted parenting organizations around.  This Spring, Surviving Infancy will take home the coveted Gold award for Parenting Resources from the National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA), a Brain Child Award from the Tillywig Toy Awards and a Seal of Approval from The National Parenting Center. These latest awards put the company at four for four awards to which it submitted, beginning with a PTPA win this spring.

Imagine being able to look up information on:
Infant Safety
Toddler Safety
Routine Illnesses
Pediatric Emergencies
Parenting Challenges
Crib Safety
Colds
CPR
Choking
and many more!

I would have LOVED something like this when my children were younger and I know several young mothers who would appreciate this collection.  Loads of information!  Would you or anyone you know benefit from this collection?

One neighbor will receive their choice of the Streaming Version or the DVD set of Surviving Infancy.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Coolestmommy said…
I did a lot of reading and talked to women who had kids a little older than mine.
Nancy said…
I read lots of books and consulted with experienced parents.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
blessnel said…
At the public library!

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