New services are to be introduced by the government to support parents.
Prime Minister David Cameron has said that as "nation builders", mums and dads need to be given as much help as they can get when bringing up their kids.
A recent survey found 85 per cent of them would like to see more practical guidance provided.
"It's through love and sheer hard work that we raise the next generation with the right values. That's why this government is doing everything possible to support parents," he added.
As a result, a new digital service is being launched for parents and parents-to-be that will see regular emails and text messages sent to them with timely information.
Free classes will also be offered to mothers and fathers with kids under five in three trial areas.
Children's Minister Sarah Teather noted it is great that people will be able to access help and guidance after their kids are born.
She added in the future this could become a "normal part of family life" if the proposals are successful.