ChildMode gives first-time millennial parents the lowdown on pregnancy and babies with stage-by-stage content, expert advice, breaking news, style inspiration. At ChildMode, we aim to empower new parents and parents-to-be with expert content and advice, personalized advice and checklists and more…
Our team of expert editors spends over 440 hours per week researching products, conducting hands-on tests, interviewing industry pros, studying market research, reviewing consumer feedback, and writing up all our findings into digestible yet comprehensive reviews our audience will find helpful. We don’t use an algorithm or software to choose the products — they’re all hand-picked, researched, or tested by us!
Our Medical writers & Contributors
As a writer, I am motivated by exploring the varying mechanisms of writing to explain trending fashion, beauty, and child products, lifestyles, travel, and more to people of all ages.
Tiffany Simmons is a Georgia mom, wife, and aspiring children’s book writer. Acquiring a BS in Mass Communications & Marketing from the University of West Ga. Leaving a job in the healthcare profession to become a writer for childmode.com!
Living a natural lifestyle is a passion of mine. She is an organic gardener, producing a large quantity of food for my family. She has three children, and She love to share stories and advice with parents. She write articles about living a natural lifestyle and homesteading. Herbal remedies, homeschooling, composting, and raising children are just some of the articles she write.
Amy Borghi has been changing lives as a college guidance instructor for the past fifteen years and has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. In addition, she has worked as a Drug and Alcohol Treatment Therapist and a Child and Family Therapist. She is an expert in child development, neuropsychology, and the psychology of addiction. Dr. Borghi has been a ghostwriter for four years writing short-stories, novels, and daily blog content. She is also a mother.
She’s a mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s products while searching for quality items for her children. The internet can be overwhelming at times and although America has some amazing products, Nadia likes to find ‘hidden gems’ in Europe and Australia where the designers have a knack for creating innovations and styles that are covet worthy.