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$50 Amazon eGift Card Giveaway Sponsored by Kinsights {ends 4/30/14}

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 $50 Amazon eGift Card Giveaway Sponsored by Kinsights

$50 Amazon eGift Card Giveaway Sponsored by Kinsights

Welcome to our $50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Sponsored by kinsights.com / Organized by BabyCostcutters.com

Kinsights is an advice-sharing network for parents.  There are a lot of times when I have a parenting question I just want to ask for help but, really do not have anyone dealing with the same issues. Kinsights can help you make great decisions. 

Kinsights is a community where parents can safely seek and share answers to parenting questions. You can ask anything and Kinsights will find the right community members who can provide guidance. Kinsights even offers groups with similar interests their own pages, including single parents, grandparents, those interested in car seat safety, baby & kids fashion, potty training groups, and many more.

What’s really cool about this community is that it makes finding the best answers easy…. the community members vote up answers so the best content rises to the top. It is almost like getting a poll taken on the answers to see who agrees with the best answer the most. 

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Kinsights is also an online Pediatric Personal Health Record Keeper for parents. In the event of an emergency, you can even have the health records sent to the ER or out-of-town doctor in a snap. Organize your child’s growth and developmental milestones, immunizations, medications, allergies, and more. This tool is a great tool to have, you can just log into your account when you need to look-up information! 

Once you sign in, you’ll be able to:
Ask questions of parents who have been in your shoes before.
Share experiences with others.
Track your kid’s health history.
Spend more time enjoying parenthood, and less time dealing with it.

And YES it is FREE! 

Now On to Our Giveaway! 

Kinsights wants to offer one lucky reader a $50 USD Amazon eGift Card! 

Giveaway Ends April 30, 2014 at 11:59pm EST. Open Worldwide. Must be 18+ years of age to enter. 

 

Comments

  1. Samantha Daleo
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    says:

    I would use it for help and advice on raising my teen daughter. Maybe dating questions since that is probably our next “chapter”.

  2. Kinsights.com is such a great resource for all parents!

  3. Kinsights.com is such a great resource for all parents! I would use it to store all of my kids’ health information and ask questions about the Terrible Two’s.

  4. Robin Abrams says:

    I would use as resource for raising my grandkids

  5. I would use his to track my kid’s health history.

  6. Faith Bosnick
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    says:

    I would use it for the pediatric heath information record keeping for my 3 kids. I like the fact that in an emergency it can be sent where you need it to be sent just like that. :)

  7. Angela Hendricks says:

    I would use it as an information resource for parenting tips.

  8. Maria Malaveci
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    says:

    Wow, what a great resource to have. I would use it to get feedback from other parents to get some advice on what has worked for others with different problems, etc.

  9. christine jessamine
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    says:

    I would use this for all the great tips mostly. Good advice is hard to find.

  10. laurie nykaza
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    says:

    Wonderful tips especially for new parents my niece could use this with just having her first child.

  11. Laura Harris
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    says:

    I keep my grand kids a lot so to have that information in an emergency would be helpful!

  12. Janice Crespo
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    says:

    I’m a grandmother and don’t think I would really use this. I did share the site with my daughter and she is figuring out whether she wants to join or not. When I was younger with my girls, I’m not sure if I would join either. I do my research and make my decisions that way.

  13. Dorothy Boucher
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    says:

    I am still getting to know this site, as I have been reading through some of the ?’s that have already been posted there. definitely looks like a place where I can freely ask some ? about my grand-children.. thanks

  14. chris hoey says:

    Good advice is hard to find. I would use this for all the great tips mostly.

  15. PATRICIA BOOTH says:

    I have a friend who needs help with her daughter for PTSD at the age of 7!!

  16. Gale McCarron
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    says:

    I would pass it onto my Daughter so she could use this for her 3 children

  17. Cathy French says:

    I think it would be most useful for tracking the child’s history.

  18. Nicole Powell
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    says:

    How to deal with teens. I have a couple toddlers and a couple teens. Yikes.

  19. christine burd says:

    I would use kinsights.com to organize health records. Sounds like a good tool

  20. I would use Kinsights the most to interact with others about their kids in the same age group :)

  21. Terri Quick says:

    I’d use it for time management.

  22. Raising kids these days parents need alittle help and advice.

  23. chickie brewer
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    says:

    I would use it with the Grandkids. Maybeeven other children!

  24. Since I am a grandmother of a 5 year old and 9 month old I can see using it a lot

  25. rebeka deleon says:

    To see what other parents think when I need a question answered. Like when do you think is a good age to have your baby start a bed time routine? things like that are always helpful to learn what others think…

  26. Erika Messer says:

    I have a disabled child with Williams syndrome and I am always looking for new ways to network with other parents as well as spread awareness about WS :)

  27. Probabl ythe pediatric personal health keeper. To keep all records in one place. Very helpful.

  28. wen budro says:

    I would use it the most for the pediatric health keeper….it seems so much better than trying to keep random papers organized. I also like that you can ask questions and get info when you need it.

  29. Rosalind Strong-Finch says:

    I would use Kinsights.com the most for the ability to ask anything and then Kinsights will find the right community members who can provide guidance. The site even offers groups with similar interests to their own pages!

  30. to treat myself with a smartfone ’cause i don,t own one :)

  31. It’s a great way to seek advice when you want to see what other people are doing/thinking.

  32. Alexandru Rusu
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    says:

    I use this site for my children!

  33. gina blades
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    says:

    to ask questions of other moms with same-age children.

  34. I would use it for advice on baby products.

  35. I would use it to get parenting tips as my daughters grow up. Health queries included.

  36. My issues with my family and my 3 year old grandson.

  37. for an information resource for parenting tips.

  38. I think new parents would use it the most, since parenting is new to them.

  39. Pam Gurganus
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    says:

    I would use Kinsights most for asking other parents for advice, etc. because who doesn’t need a little help every now and again?! Unfortunately, children don’t come with a rule book on how to raise them by, etc.

  40. Laurie B says:

    I think it is a fabulous site. Very resourceful and easy to navigate. Love all the features of it.

    • Laurie B says:

      My favorite feature is being able to keep track of the health records for each child. My son has down syndrome and there are many medical issues and concerns/questions. I find it very helpful to have advice right there when needed.

  41. Having kids these days is tough, really tough. I’d definitely check this out – technology has changed parenting significantly in the last 20 years.

  42. I need to check it out!! Sounds like a perfect solution for parents with questions.

  43. kimberly bhatti says:

    i would use it mostly for advice about my three kiddo’s.

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