Our weekly Parenting Project reports have become a popular resource for parents to get information, answer questions, and stay on top of the latest trends.
Now, we've taken the Parenting Project to the web, to make it even easier to get helpful information.
Kim Sveum unveils the new page on our website devoted to parenting.
On the top of the page, you'll find the most recent story we have done.
Scroll down a bit and you will find several of the stories we have done in the past, calming back to school worries and making the decision to work or stay home, those are just two of the issues we have touched on recently.
But the site offers a lot more than that.
We have all the latest alerts from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and with all the recalls lately it's an easy way to learn about the products that should stay out of your home.
Also, I have now started a parenting blog.
This gives me a chance to communicate with you.
My first post deals with my decision to cut back, and work part time allowing me to spend more time with my kids.
I always welcome your comments and look forward to hearing from you.
This is your chance to tell me what you think about my stories, and offer up some ideas.
And if you are like me, you have a lot of questions, so we're starting something new.
It's called "You ask, We answer".
On our website, we have a form for you to fill out, You send us a question and we'll take that question to an expert and get you answer.
This segment will air once a month on Tuesdays on 27 News at 5.
We're working to make this site as interactive as possible, but of course, we need your help.
So log on, send us your ideas, tell us what you're thinking, and we'll do our best to make this a resource you continue to use.