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Revised February 09, 2022
helpful tips, snack sized
Think of it as a “slice of life”, served up a slice at a time. Looking for tips? Advice? Recipes? It’s all here.
“I love this community! I’m a busy mom but I always know just where to go when I’m looking for advice on everything from recipes to swaddling”
— Caroline, Mother of 3 and Tipity Creator
parenting vets, building community
We’re a site where parents from all walks of life, from all over the world, can share well-learned lessons.
the good, the bad, and the (sometimes) ugly
What’s a Tipity? It’s a bit of parenting advice or a real-life experience from someone who lived it. It can be deep or funny or practical – but most of all a Tipity is real. The new Parentipity.com makes it easy to share, learn and grow.
how Parentipity started
2020 — Oof, what a year. COVID brought the world to a halt. Schools closed in the U.S. and abroad. Parents were “on duty” like never before. They turned to their networks to get ideas (and to maintain their sanity).
The vision for a new kind of community grew out of this period in time. The founding team knew they had something, and ultimately developed the original Parentipity.com, including the roadmap for “Tipities” — a revolutionary way for parents and other content creators to get paid for sharing their insights.
And now, with the incredible content created by our community and feedback on how to take it even further, we’re poised to launch something new and exciting for 2022.