Before I got married, I picked up copies of the local fashion magazines regularly. After I got married, I would buy the cooking and home magazines. When I got pregnant, I started buying all the parenting and baby magazines I could get my hands on. After a few months, I decided to pick just one magazine. I chose Smart Parenting which was the one I felt I got the most useful information from and got a subscription (to get it at a discount and delivered to my door).
At the suggestion of a couple of relatives, I signed up with BabyCenter to receive email newsletters on topics corresponding to what stage/age we are in. This site gave me an idea on how my pregnancy was progressing. Currently, it gives me a basic idea on Marion's development and other concerns we may have.
Another website I get email newsletters from is Parenting.com. And on my Google Reader is Motherlode, the parenting blog of the NY Times.
The Lifestyle Parenting section of the Philippine Daily Inquirer today has an article on the Five parenting websites every parent should bookmark. Two of the parenting resources I mentioned above are included in their list. :-)