LittleLane: Making Parent’s Lives Easier
LittleLane is a mobile marketplace that helps parents of toddlers find activities in the San Francisco Bay Area, keeping their little ones happy and healthy, but most importantly, active for hours and too distracted to cry – and you know I mean the parents.
Why we love it
Being a parent is hard, and anyone who tells you it isn’t is lying. With advice being offered – especially unsolicited advice – from friends; parents; your friend’s parents, and even the government, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with information telling you the right way to aid your kids’ development. Finally, thanks to child-centric startup LittleLane, day-to-day activity planning for your children is at hand, and cutting out some of that white noise is easier than ever. Yes, you too can be that A+ parent now.
With a LittleLane subscription, families have access to thousands of hobbies and new pursuits, and can fill their kid’s days with a variety of fun activities, from martial arts and language classes, to day trip adventures at zoos and aquariums.
The startup offers parents monthly plans tailored to their needs and busy schedules. By subscribing to a Discovery Pass at $29 per month, parents can take advantage of 2 classes for their child per month, but if you’re really strapped for ideas on a regular basis – don’t worry they don’t judge – LittleLane offers their Wonder Pass at $79 per month, giving you access to an unlimited amount of classes per child and an extra bonus outing per month when re-runs of Seasame Street simply just won’t cut it.
What makes LittleLane different to other websites such as Trip Adviser you ask? There’s definitely something more unique about LittleLane that most parents would love to take advantage of. It’s popular blog and activity calendar offers up-to-date information about local activities and events for families, and provides tailored recommendations based on your kid’s age and personal interests, getting rid of that very familiar first-world problem of having to scroll through hundreds of pages of exciting new activities.
But, let’s be honest, maybe it’s easier and more convenient to just use the magic that technology is and give those unbearably active babies an iPad and a bowl of sweets then call it a day – that coming from me, the non-parent and person who’s happiest watching 12 hours of Netflix everyday.
LittleLane helps parents keep kids active, offering thousands of activities for fast-growing and curious toddlers.
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