Screen Shot 2013-04-16 at 11.35.22 PMAre you a first time mom, worrying about what to feed your picky toddler? Or, maybe your preschooler is suddenly exhibiting signs of separation anxiety, which, let’s be honest, is merely feeding your own anxiety. Whether you are thinking of having kids or are already on number three, you’ll want to bookmark this website for parents, Kids in the House.

Kids in the House promotes their site as the ultimate parenting resource. We gotta admit that at first we were a bit skeptical. Ultimate parenting resource? Really? Well, we take it back. Kids in the House does indeed cover pretty much everything you would ever want to know about parenting from adoption choices to how to bond with your newborn to diagnosing a child with special needs and everything in between.

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The best part? Kids in the House isn’t just a slew of snore-worthy articles from unreliable sources. Their resources come in the form of high quality videos from professional experts and other parents who have experienced the same issues you’re going through and survived to tell the tale. Hear from Christine Carter, Happiness Expert at UC Berkeley, Psychologist and Author Madeleine Levine, and Bill Horn of “The Guncles”, to name a just a few.

Each video is informative, succinct (after all, who has time to watch a 15 minute interview?), and will speak to you in a way that you understand. We were highly impressed by the content  and how each expert addresses some pretty serious stuff in a way that we could relate to.

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We’re definitely celebrating the launch of this super cool, much needed resource because as much as we like to ask our pediatrician’s advice, buy books, bookmark dozens of websites, and ask our friends for their opinion, we love that all this information is in one convenient place.

A few of our favorite videos from the site:

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1. Teacher Tom: Cliques and exclusion in preschool

2. Michael Gurian: Tips for Helping Boys Read

3. Christine Carter: Encouraging Children to Practice Gratitude

Take a look and then let us know in the comment section below your favorites videos on Kids in the House.

www.kidsinthehouse.com