M is for My Child Magazine Review

**While I was asked to review this product I was not compensated in any way.  All opinions expressed are my own.**


One of my favourite magazines to read when Bear and Bee were little, My Child, has gone digital.  So when Lise, the publisher and editor for My Child magazine, approached me about reviewing the new digital version I jumped at the chance.

And while I still love hard copy or paper magazines this digital version is extremely cool.

It has so many great features:
  • Would you believe subscription is free!  Yes FREE! Just click here to sign up.
  • Clickable links.  If you see something you like in the magazine, just click on the link for more information or to go to the product's website.  Mind you this could make staying within our budget very difficult.
  • Size and portability.  Reading the digital version of My Child would be so much easier when feeding babies, trying to grab a hot cuppa etc. No more having to prop the magazine open and struggle to stay on the right page.
  • Yummy recipes to try and good nutrition information. 
  • It's produced by small independent team and the editor is a work from home mum.
I have loved reading the digital version of the June issue and can't wait to read next month's.  Subscribe (remember it's free) and support an independent Australian business.

1 comment:

  1. This is a publication that offers parents and parents-to-be intelligent, well-researched information on pregnancy, birth, babies, toddlers and early childhood, as well as including all the fashion, interiors and product ideas you could ask for, all wrapped up in a beautifully designed package. I also have subscribed to this.

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