Looking For The Perfect Gift For A Young Mom? Try A Carton of Milk!
NEW YORK, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Looking for a gift that keeps on giving and will enrich the lives of both new moms and their young children? Look no further than A Carton Of Milk.
An online community co-founded by New York City teachers and moms Arielle Diskin and Lauren Halpern, A Carton Of Milk -- online at www.ACartonOfMilk.com -- is home to a parent blog that promotes and supports early education by providing parents with digital tools and resources to turn their homes into dynamic learning centers.
A Carton Of Milk provides resourceful parenting tips, best early childhood practices, secrets from the classroom, kid-friendly advice and reviews of products that the two founders--young moms themselves--have tested and love. Each month is represented by a theme, along with a helpful YouTube video sharing educational advice and classroom secrets about the theme. Contributors offer advice on everything from how to engage your child with music to the best kid-friendly "green" cleaning products.
"We are teachers and moms sharing secrets from our classrooms to use in your home," Diskin explains. "We hope to give you ways to add a little bit of fun and practical learning into the daily time you spend with your kids."
Originally launched in January 2012, the ACartonOfMilk.com site has grown steadily more popular among young moms and expecting mothers in the blogosphere. The blog receives thousands of monthly page views and has developed a strong following on social media channels, including Facebook and YouTube. The advertiser-supported website recently welcomed its first sponsors, which include companies such as Stokke and Teetheme.com.
Learn more and engage with the A Carton Of Milk community at ACartonofMilk.com and on Facebook at facebook.com/acartonofmilkny!
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