There is no better way to learn about parenting than from the experiences of other parents who have been there, done that.
In this section, we feature some of our dedicated and selfless KiasuParents who have spent much time and effort in documenting their parenting experiences with their children to share their triumphs and tribulations and lessons and techniques with other parents in our community. Some of our KiasuParents are professionals in child care and education, some are service providers, but nearly everyone are real practitioners… we are parents ourselves, and we have to practice what we preach 🙂 .
Occasionally, we will also highlight very good posts in our Kiasu Forums and automatically promote the contributor as a KiasuParent to make it easier for others to find his/her articles. Benefits of a KiasuParents:
You will be able to maintain your own blog on KiasuParents.com, and have full control over the content that you put up in your own name.
You can create and edit your own articles or put up events to alert users. Anyone following your blog will see all the articles you put up. However, they will not appear on the front page of KiasuParents.com unless you alert our editors by sending a PM to ChiefKiasu. We reserve the right to decide on which articles go on the home page, or to remove objectionable content.
The contributor is not obliged to submit articles on a regular basis.
If you wish to be featured as a KiasuParent, please send me a Private Message along with some information about yourself, your children and links to your blogs (if any). Note that this will be subjected to some qualification by us to verify if you are suitable as a contributor. The best way to become a KiasuParent is still to post your article to our Kiasu Forums and follow that up with a PM for us to make the initial qualification.
Note that all contributors to KiasuParents.com must respect the copyrights of other content providers. If you are submitting an article written by others, you MUST credit your source and provide a URL link back to the origin. If you are copying the information verbatim, you must ask the source for permission to do so.