Log in to Facebook to turn on your personal activity feed and see what your friends are reading, commenting on, and liking on Babble.
Further enhance your experience by turning on sharing to allow your own activity on Babble to be shared with your Facebook friends.
Simply click the "On" button and choose your level of sharing. You're in total control. Share everything or only the posts you choose. Reading about a sensitive topic? Toggle the sharing button to the "Off" position before reading the article or select "Share only posts I choose to share" in the share settings. You can always delete any item from your activity that you don't want shared, click to the next page for more info.
This app will collect your basic info and share your reading activity on Facebook.
Social Auto-Sharing Facts:
Q: What's the deal with this 'Social Sharing' box I see on articles and videos? What's it do?
A. You can now automatically share with your friends everything you're reading and watching on Babble -- no more extra clicks or updates to inform your friends of the hottest posts and information from your favorite bloggers. Let them see what you're reading, have all your friends do the same and consider yourselves the most informed parents around.
Q: What if I don't want to share everything I'm doing? My boss will see I'm on Babble way too much, and I might be reading something on a sensitive topic that I don't want people seeing that I'm reading.
A. You're in total control -- turn sharing on, turn it off, or set your share setting to "Share only posts I choose to share." When this option is selected an option will appear above posts to share or not to share, just toggle it in between articles you want to share and those that you don't -- whatever you want.
Q: What if I shared something I didn't want to?
A. No worries, just click on "My Activity" and see the posts you have shared and click the "x" to delete or go to your Facebook Activity Log and delete the items you don't want to share. For questions about your Facebook activity log visit: http://www.facebook.com/help/activitylog
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Keep an emergency travel card containing identification and contact information in your children’s pocket or pinned to their clothes. You should also carry a recent photo of each child.
Leave a copy of your travel documents with a family member back home, including Xeroxes of your passports, insurance cards, itinerary, emergency medical numbers, and credit cards.
For long trips, consider shipping items like diapers, formula and baby food through services like Jet Set Babies or Babies Travel Lite. Sunscreen, sun hats and sunglasses should always be non-negotiable attire when vacationing in the sun.
If traveling to a warmer destination, keep the kids hydrated.
Have everything your child needs – from diapers to water to medication – on you at all times.
Keep an extra close eye on your children, especially in crowded tourist areas and near pools, lakes, or oceans.
Designate a central meeting place in case anyone gets separated from the pack.
No matter what your travel plans, pack a medical kit including:
Pain reliever (always check with your pediatrician on dosing)