She’s savvy in every other aspect of her life; now she can be savvy about kids too.
With an estimated 50% of American women not having children of their own, but kids still being front-and-center in their lives, Savvy provides the knowledge and community these women crave to support their Savvy Auntie lifestyle. We also encourage you to share Savvy content on other websites, social networks and social bookmarks so that other Aunties, who are not yet members of Savvy Auntie.com, can benefit (just click on icon below each item - we certainly don't mean to copy and paste content).
And with the surplus of online resources for parents, it’s time for a destination dedicated to the other half of the adult female population who have less access to information about how to best love, support and develop kids. Savvy Auntie Karma is incredibly influential – the more you give, the more you get back, the more others get back.
You can find friends through the Community, where Aunties connect on various areas of interest in Forums, Groups and Blogs – including the Aunthology. Privacy is Important While sharing is important – you should be able to choose who you share with and when.
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The Subscriber Ticket Ballot has closed for Golden Plains XII.We encourage you to use your voice and experience to empower other Savvy Aunties with knowledge and expertise. Instead, simply use the “Send to a Friend” links or copy and paste the URL into an email.When completing your niece and nephew profiles, do not include any contact information.After the Ballot is done and dusted, there are Store Sales, then Online Sales.You do not need to have a Golden Code to purchase online.
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Currently we have a waiting list, which continues to grow, of children who would benefit from an Aunties and Uncles mentorship but it is challenging to facilitate these given our limited resources.