By NYMetroParents Staff

On The Blogroll: Parents 'R' Talking

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The NYMetroParents blogroll features the best blogs in the parenting world, from New York and beyond. Here's a closer look at why we love these mom bloggers and dad bloggers and how they're shaping the web for parenting today.

Blogging From: Nassau County, Long Island, New York

Rebecca and Richard Kammerer, parents and founders of the entire Parents “R” Talking brand, run the parenting blog at Parents “R” Talking. In addition to reading their blog of pertinent parenting information, they offer a multitude of services in their Mineola, New York location, including parenting workshops, nutrition and fitness advice, child and safety training, support groups and much more. While clients can get personal attention at Parents “R” Talking in person, the blog offers well-informed advice for all parents from the comfort of their desks.

The Parents “R” Talking blog strives to post about topics that are truly important to the well being of parents and children in physical, mental and emotional capacities. If you’re up in the air about whether your child should receive a flu shot, you can visit the blog to find advice from doctors, both traditional and homeopathic who work for the Parents “R” Talking Center and have researched both sides of the spectrum. The goal is to help parents be more informed for their children’s benefit, not govern the parenting process. Mental and emotional issues are addressed by counselors who can help concerned teenagers with bullying and popularity issues or just offer a general note on finding peace and balance through a hectic schedule (both parents and kids can really benefit from this advice).

Rebecca and Richard never want to leave the parenting community stranded, offering so many options to get involved with Parents “R” Talking, whether you use their facility weekly or log on to the blog for a little bit of (extremely educated) wisdom. This is definitely a resource to keep in your little black book of parenting. -- Melanie Baker


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