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50 Best Facebook Fan Pages for Parents

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We're a fan of the Facebook fan page.

If you’re a parent on Facebook, you probably use the social networking site to show off pictures of your kids and admire those of your friends’ kids.  You keep up with your family and friends, remember birthdays and poke people.  But did you know that Facebook is also a great place to find information, expertise and advice on all things parenting?

For companies, individuals, and bloggers, Facebook fan pages are a great way to reach out and connect with an audience.  For parents, those fan pages are a treasure trove of information just waiting to be discovered.

And lucky for you, we’ve already done the discovering.  Babble’s picks for 50 Best Facebook Fan Pages for Parents represent the best the social networking site has to offer.

Whether you are looking for tips on getting organized, want to learn to make your own baby food, or just need to laugh at someone else’s parenting mishaps, there’s a Facebook fan page for that.  If you know where to go, Facebook fan pages can save you money, help you live a greener life and even make your kids smarter.

So go ahead and check out Babble’s 50 Best Facebook Fan Pages for Parents and see what you’ve been missing.  And while you’re at it, tell us about your own favorite Facebook fan page.

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