As Parents we have all been there – it’s the middle of the night and we have a crying baby that we just can not console. We are frantically searching on Google and have come to the conclusion that our child has contracted smallpox instead of a simple diaper rash with a secondary yeast infection. Panic ensues! Boy oh boy wouldn’t it be nice to not have to go through that? Well you don’t. I don’t. I Bundoo instead. Let me tell you more about it!
Bundoo is packed full of articles that are written and approved by pediatricians, OB/GYNs and child development specialists in actual English. We don’t have to read a bit and then go look up the words to interpret what we just read. It’s all right there in easy to understand articles.
The online community provides a friendly, positive space where parents can benefit from the support of other parents and gain access to experts in childcare, child development, pediatrics and pregnancy.
Bundoo members can create their own groups or join other groups that interest them in order to gather and share parenting tips in a dynamic and interactive way. Groups can be public or private.
When you create a profile and enter information about your family you allow Bundoo to provide you with information that is relevant based on the age of your children and your interests. If you don’t have an infant you are probably not interested in learning more about baby food and on Bundoo you don’t have to!
There is an Ask Bundoo feature that I have personally tried. Ask Bundoo connects parents directly with pediatricians, OB/GYNs and other childcare experts to answer questions privately with current and accurate information. It’s a great way for parents to get peace of mind by asking questions without having to pay a co-pay.
I have a child that has a very low, unhealthy BMI. We just can’t get him to eat well due to other health concerns. I decided to Ask Bundoo for some recommendations for him (we have local specialists working with him and I am becoming an expert on the subject myself). I got an answer just a couple hours after asking and it included some suggestions that I hadn’t received previously. I am not going to share all of his info with you however I am going to share a bit of the answer
Like the Boost drinks, it’s important to maximize the nutritional content and calories of what little food he eats. Some examples of high protein, high calorie food include any of the nut butters (peanut butter, almond butter, etc) yogurt and eggs. A home made smoothie can give you even better nutrition than boost. Blending fruit with yogurt peanut butter and ice can be delicious and nutritious.
You can also try snacks of low sugar granola bars with peanut butter and sliced bananas on top for a calorie boost in a small package. Parents often worry about lack of “meat” consumption, but there are so many great protein sources that don’t require the child to eat meat or chicken.
There was more but I don’t want to share his personal stuff. However, I want you to see how great Bundoo can be for you! No more Dr. Google! Don’t let yourself get freaked out by random parents commenting on articles you have searched for and found during your 3AM feedings.
While Bundoo is almost entirely a FREE resource Ask Bundoo is available on a per question basis or by unlimited subscription for a monthly fee. An Ask Bundoo subscription would be a wonderful baby shower gift for new parents!
Bundoo says Smart Parenting Starts Here and they are exactly right. You are soon to realize that they are the ultimate parenting resource and the only place you need to visit for all of your questions about whatever the situation may be with your child.
Contact Robyn at Robyn@theneighborhoodmoms.com