Twitter is another resource for connecting with other moms who are sharing their experiences.Some even host scheduled chats known as , that let you participate in a live [email protected] Mom: Amy Lupold Bair is a “Mom, Social Media Marketer, Global Influence founder, Twitter Parties creator.” Join hundreds of thousands of other Twitter users in following her for advice on parenting as well as regularly scheduled chats on a variety of parenting [email protected] Moms: Going on the road?
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Here are just a few groups you may want to check out.
Fussy Baby Site Support Group: This group has over 10,000 members and is a great resource for discussing all things related to fussy babies.
We have always offered a many-to-many chat room configuration.
In addition to this chat room configuration you now have the ability to use channel chat rooms and one-to-one chat rooms.Get advice on traveling with kids, and meet other moms by joining the weekly Twitter party every Monday at 9-10 PM ET.Other chatting avenues for moms through Twitter can be found by searching through Twitter's massive collection of hashtags and user accounts.This chat room isn't very large though - the most users that were ever online simultaneously was under 100.Chat Hour (Stay at Home Moms): Although this room is often empty, you might keep it open to check for members if you're a mom that works from home.Make It Tips for Special Needs: With 6,000 members, this group is a terrific place to connect with other parents who have special needs children.