moms on facebook

There's actually an important lesson behind it.
Aunts: they keep their friends close, and their nieces and nephews closer. Do you or someone you know have an aunt friend
I'm the person who uses Facebook as a world-wide picture sharing site, a 21st century baby brag book. It's me; I've "ruined" Facebook for the cool kids.
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8) A Facebook page is not cause for concern Ninety-four percent of American teens have a Facebook page. If used appropriately
I've noticed a trend among moms on Facebook in the past few weeks. In blogs, in status updates, and even out in the real world, moms are fighting back against what people now refer to as "Fakebooking."
Hey, Facebook Moms! I heard ya, loud and clear. It seems I left quite a few of us off the list.
Title: "Allergic To Facebook" Author: Victoria Has your child drawn or written something adorable? Send a photo to parents
If you spend as much time on Facebook as I do, you've noticed a recent influx of proud moms posting kid pictures and updates about the new school year. While so much is brand new with the kiddos, I can't help but notice some patterns emerging...
Culture & Arts
Take a look at the "Friend Me" collection, courtesy of Packer Schopf Gallery in Chicago, and let us know what you think. Halper
If I logged off Facebook forever, I wouldn't miss it -- but I do enjoy it. It's the same way I feel about fat free chips -- delicious, but the real thing is better.