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Monday 13th June 2005

 

Helping Parents Have Fun With Their Little Ones....

 

A revolutionary new website has been launched this week to help parents find activities in their local area to attend with their little ones.  Busylittleones.co.uk is an online resource that enables parents and grandparents to search for specific baby and toddler activities in their local community. 

 

A wide range of baby and toddler activities are listed including baby yoga, parent and baby / toddler groups, music and movement classes, nappuccinos, physical play classes and much, much more.  The site will also provide details of antenatal and postnatal exercise classes for mums.

 

Parents simply need to visit the site, type on their postcode, select the activity of choice and they will be shown a list of activities that take place in their local area.  The listings will provide an overview of the activities as well as relevant venue and contact details.  Parents will then be able to review the activities they attend and read reviews posted by other parents.

 

Busylittleones.co.uk also provides parents with the ability to chat with other parents as well as share tips and ideas about parenting topics through both the online chat rooms and members forums. 

 

Another unique aspect of the site is that parents can build their own password-protected webpage to allow family and friends to keep up to date with the latest snaps and stories of their growing child.  If parents want to take this a step further then they are able to build their own password-protected blog site, which is kind of like an online diary.  Blogs are fast becoming one of the internet revolutions of 21st century both in the states and the UK.

 

Initially being launched in Warwickshire and Coventry, busylittleones.co.uk is to be rolled out across the UK over the coming months. 

 

The founder of this site, Graham Nicoll, shared the rational behind this new venture “my wife, Claudia, attends a whole host of activities each week with our little boy Toby.  One day she came back from one of these activities and told me about how frustrated a number of her friends were at not being able to find out about baby activities in their local area.  She mentioned that most of the activities were purely promoted through word of mouth or by putting up posters in local halls.  Claudia then mentioned that it would be great if there was one online resource where parents could search for baby and toddler activities, and as they say ‘the rest is history’.” 

 

Graham went on to say “ we spoke to a number of teachers and activity organisers and they shared a similar view, in that it was difficult for them to find a cost effective way of promoting their activities to a wide audience.

 

Teachers or activity organisers who wish to post listings of their classes on the site can simply visit the teacher sections and within 10 minutes they can have their classes listed for all to see.  Teachers can update their class details as frequently as required, so the site will always be up to date.

 

Parents, grandparent, teachers or activity organisers who wish to find out more can visit www.busylittleones.co.uk day or night while in the comfort of their own home.







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