How often do you talk to your fellow moms on Twitter about your parenting struggles? Are you likely to ask for tips on how to soothe a colicy baby? Do you feel comfortable asking your twitter friends for potty-training best practices?
Family Eden is all about community, and this Friday night they will celebrate that with a discussion led by parenting experts and authors on Twitter! To join the party, simply log in to Twitter and tweet using the searchable hashtag #eden.
Meet the Panelists:
Susan M. Heim is an author and editor, specializing in parenting, multiples, Christian and women’s issues. Her books include It’s Twins! Parent-to-Parent Advice from Infancy Through Adolescence; Boosting Your Baby’s Brain Power; Oh, Baby! 7 Ways a Baby Will Change Your Life the First Year; Twice the Love: Stories of Inspiration for Families with Twins, Multiples and Singletons; and Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More. Upcoming books include Chicken Soup for the Soul: All in the Family and Moms of Multiples’ Devotions to Go. Her articles have appeared in many books, magazines and websites. Susan writes an online column for Mommies Magazine called “Loving and Living with Twins and Multiples,” as well as a blog called “Susan Heim on Parenting” at http://www.susanheim.blogspot.com/. She is an expert on twins and multiples for AllExperts.com and ParentsConnect.com, and a parenting expert for SelfGrowth.com. Susan is the founder of TwinsTalk, a website where parents share tips and advice about raising twins and multiples. She is a member of the National Association of Women Writers and the Southeastern Writers Association. Susan is the married mother of four sons—two teenagers and twin preschoolers.
Jennifer Taggart, @thesmartmama, is an environmental attorney specializing in consumer product labeling and former environmental engineer. She is the author of the forthcoming Smart Mama’s Green Guide: Simple Steps to Reduce Your Kid’s Toxic Chemical Exposure. She runs the website TheSmartMama.com and a green consulting business focusing on simple solutions in the home for reducing toxic chemical exposures. She provides healthy home consults and tips for green parenting. As part of her healthy home consulting, she uses a Niton XRF analyzer to test toys and other household good for lead, cadmium, mercury, bromine as an indicator of flame retardants, and other elements. She speaks regularly on healthy homes, from greening the cleaning to reducing chemicals in beauty products. She also blogs for 5 Minutes for Going Green and LA Moms Blog. And, she is the mom of 2.
Currently Patricia blogs at Little Bytes News, has been featured at Moms Talk Network
Bookieboo, Moms United in Parenting Blog , Family Bliss , My Kids Blog , Wellsphere’s Children’s Health Community. in addition to several other sites across the Internet.