Friday, June 13, 2008

Active Duty Dads Get Free BabbleSoft Memberships

Father’s Day is this weekend, June 15! I'd like to wish all the fathers out here a very happy Fahter's Day filled with love and laughter. I'd also like to extend an invitation for new dads to try Babble Soft's baby applications.

Times have changed. Now more than ever before, fathers are taking an increasingly hands on approach in the care and nurturing of their children, especially while they're little.

For all those new military dads who can’t be there when their babies are born or who'll have to ship out soon after, we're proud to partner with to offer FREE subscriptions to their applications. These applications are a great way to stay connected with your baby back home and keep up with its routine.

For all the rest of the dads out here and the other fathers you know who might like to be actively involved in caring for their newborns, you can receive 15% off purchases of all subscriptions through June 15 using code FATHER#1. What better reason for new dads to be on the internet or their mobile devices than keeping up with baby’s activities and milestones?

So this year, in addition to all of those typical "dad gifts" for Father’s Day, surprise a new or expecting dad with a fun and easy way to get involved in his baby's first milestones.

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Aruni said...

Thanks Trish! We are glad to support new dads in the military. Active parents are the single most important contributor to their kids success. Even if a new dad can't be there he can stay connected with his wife and baby while he's away. :-)

Happy Father's Day to each and every one of those dads who is serving in the military!

BlackJack | eMail Our Military said...

It's such a shame we didn't know about this with our 1st child. It would have been a huge help.