Babywise On Twitter

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For anyone who uses or wants to use Twitter, Babywise is now there. Here is the address:

Hank Osborne is managing this group. He manages several websites for the Ezzos. He is providing feed from Babywise-friendly sites on Twitter. It is a good place to go to connect with Babywise-friendly people out there. The Twitter page is just over a week old, so it is still a work in progress.

So check it out if you are interested! It is just another resource for you on the Internet for helpful information.


Valerie, also known as The Babywise Mom, is the mother to four children. She has been blogging on Babywise and general parenting since 2007. She has a degree in technical writing and loves using those skills to help parents be the best parents they can be! Read her book, The Babywise Mom Nap Guide, to get help on sleep from birth through the preschool years. You can also find her writing at, Today Parenting, and Her View From Home. Read more about Valerie and her family on the About page. Follow her on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram for more tips and helps.

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  1. Kristin
    February 26, 2009 / 5:00 PM

    Hey! I have a poll request. I’d like to know what the average awake time between naps was for 5-6 months.Thanks!

  2. bradysmom
    February 27, 2009 / 12:35 PM

    OK, please don’t all laugh at me. What is Twitter? I don’t do Facebook and MySpace and all of those things. we’re pretty old fashioned in that way, in my home. I’ve heard of Twitter, but have no idea! Thanks 🙂

  3. Plowmanators
    March 4, 2009 / 6:24 PM

    Bradysmom,No worries, I won’t be laughing! I had no idea until Hank told me about it. Here is the definition from wikipedia:Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users’ updates (known as tweets), which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length. Updates are displayed on the user’s profile page and delivered to other users who have signed up to receive them. Senders can restrict delivery to those in their circle of friends (delivery to everyone being the default). Users can send and receive updates via the Twitter website, SMS, RSS (receive only), or through applications such as Tweetie, Twitterrific, and Feedalizr. The service is free to use over the web, but using SMS may incur phone services provider fees.

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