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Do You Know Who Kids in the House is?

Meet Kids in the House, a new educational video site about parenting. Search from a growing library of 8,000 easy-to-understand short videos that provide solutions to parenting challenges from pregnancy through college. Learn from 450 of the world’s top experts, as well as, real parents who’ve faced the same issues you may be going through. 

The concept for Kids in the House came to founder Leana Greene as she was searching for answers herself, while striving to be the best parent she could be to her three kids. Leana loves to go to lectures featuring experts across all fields of parenting. She discovered that once she hears an expert say something, she connects with that person and can understand them in a whole new way. Many times, Leana leaves a lecture re-inspired for the daily grind of parenting. Leana recognized that living In Los Angles gave her access to many experts that other parents might not have the opportunity to learn from. Her dream for Kids in the House is to give parents everywhere access to quality advice in a quick and easy way, as well as, to create a resource where parents can share their wisdom to collectively raise the consciousness of parenting.

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The goal of Kids in the House, is to help parents and caregivers become better at parenting by educating, inspiring and entertaining. Kids in the House aims to be the most comprehensive resource for parenting advice, one that respects the fact that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. You can hear different perspectives on parenting topics like: pregnancy, adoption, infants, toddlers, tweens, teens, anxiety, depression, ADHD, fitting-in, technology use, health and happiness. Don’t see your topic? Let Kids in the House know via the “Talk to us” button.

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Kids in the House is free for all parents and caretakers. Some of the features are:

  • Playlists: which enable you to create your own “tv program” or video library with many different experts speaking on one subject. You can also share a playlist to help a friend who is dealing with a specific issue.
  • Parent-To-Parent: the Kids in the House online community of parents sharing their parenting advice as well as receiving support.
  • Mobile site: for parenting tips on-the-go, there is a mobile version of the site.

The PAM Team totally digs this site, we were part of the BETA testers, and you will see some of our FAV Advisors, Sponsors, and Partners in their archives of videos…perhaps even a clip from Anna and Alisa…check it out!

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