We're trying out a new type of knowledge base. It's crowdsourced and fun to use. Generated entirely from friends already with a newborn. More specifically, it's based on a voting system so you'll know whether or not a particular piece of knowledge is crucial for your baby to learn or if you can skip it altogether.
While some of us are trying to escape our situation ☝️😅 We've been busy focusing on creating a knowledge base to help us out in our busy parenting schedule.
Our goal: to be able to learn all sorts of things from day-to-day tasks like busting milk blisters and calming a colicky baby, to more important topics like what sort of healthy development program is going to work best for our child, or later on how to help them express themselves when they otherwise can't.
As we have all found out at one point in time or another, there is no limit as to how much advice there is about raising children and deciding which suggestions to follow and which ones to drop can be a burden.
To combat this problem, we've created a suggestion system based off of voting. Based on the experiences and quandaries of our friends who are currently taking care of an infant in their homes. So always the most upvoted ideas are the ones that will be presented first for you to see.
By taking part in our pool, you'll learn the current best baby practices without consuming too much of your precious time. You can also offer your personal insights for others to use so they'll be learning from you too.
While our Newborn Navigator pool is a great place to absorb valuable life lessons from your peers. It's also an opportunity to teach other parents how you achieve your goals as well as contribute what you've learned from your own experiences.
We're a fabulous community where newborn parents can come together to share their knowledge and create a supportive atmosphere for one another while earning a PhD in babyology 😂
I hope you'll join us and have a great time doing so.
👋 Here is a warm welcome to you!