by Susan Manning, Founder
We’re excited to be here and happy you found us. Parent USA City was an idea conceived by a parent – for parents across America. It’s not just another parenting website. No, it’s much more, a family—your virtual family, at least that’s what we hope to become as you get to know us, and visit from time to time.
These days nobody has time to just “hang out” on the Web. Everyone is busy – especially parents. With that in mind, we designed our site to give you access to all the parenting information you need whenever you need it, in one place – any time, day or night, 24 hours a day! Can your family do that?
Where is your family on the road between cradle and college? We’ll hold your hand from diapers to dating and beyond. Are you looking at schools appropriate for your child’s temperament and aptitude? Want to know about pre-natal tests and what to look for at various developmental stages? How do you pick a college? We’ve got answers to all this and more.
No one should raise a kid alone and with Parent USA City, you don’t have to. We’re that third hand every parent needs from time to time, offering support whenever you need it. Margaret Fuller once said, “If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it.” At Parent USA City we believe an informed parent, is a good parent. So, share what you know, to help everyone grow. We’ll do the same. Why? Because that’s what family is all about.
Check out our departments: Activities, Babies (and Toddlers), Camps, Education, Health, Relationships and Local Resources. Each section covers articles of national and local importance to parents who are somewhere on that cradle to college path with their children
Babies: Are you weaning baby from the breast? Helping your son learn to ride a bike? We’ve got it covered.
Camps: What makes a good camp? Which ones are the best? We’ll show you what to look for.
Education: Is your child struggling in math? Need help picking the right private school? Check us out.
Health: Want to get a handle on puberty? Looking for an accurate diagnosis of childhood diseases and disabilities? Start here.
Relationships: How can a parent avoid burnout? Are you having trouble communicating with your moody teenager? Let our experts guide you.
Local Resources: It’s just that – information about where you currently live or plan to visit. Select a city, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Susan Manning, Founder