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But online parenting forum Netmums were suspicious about the move.
New parents often turn to websites and parenting forums which can be a real danger as they often contain incorrect information," the paper quoted Rachel Provest, co-founder of Nanny App, as saying.
The toy was branded "toe-curlingly gross" on online parenting forum mumsnet.
Only this week the parenting forum Mumsnet criticised shops that sold high heeled shoes for little girls as young as three.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] To honor Father's Day, several gay dads went a less conventional route this year--they canceled their TiVo subscriptions and joined Focus on the Family's right-wing parenting forum.
It makes you a little bit more aware of the issues so you can modify or balance your behaviour if you need to," says Siobhan Freegard, founder of the internet parenting forum Netmums.
The production company responsible for the programme, Maverick TV, posted a request on parenting forums which reads: "Mothers
The Wales Parenting Forum would like to see more resources made available for parenting services that can offer support.