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A Toddler on Twitter?

By Beth Anne Ballance |

So you’re on Twitter, hanging out with your momma friends and stalking celebrities and talking about the latest trends in fashion, world politics, and potty training?  Two thumbs up!

I happen to be an absolute nerd over Twitter; I love it so much that I check it more than Facebook and spend a great deal of time connecting with friends, both of the real and internet variety.  I’m not ashamed to say that it’s where I get most of my breaking news — Twitter tends to hear about things way faster than CNN and I can follow a hashtag to get up-to-the-minute news.  It’s also a fantastic way to prep for blog conferences by chatting about sessions and roommates and folks to grab a taxi from the airport.  It’s even a great way to just have fun, which was evident today when my girlfriends and I were discussing which Babysitters Club character we liked best.

1992, I hear you calling.  You were awesome.

But there’s a newer face on the Twitters that has all of us toddler mommas rolling — it’s Honest Toddler and he’s keeping it real from the diapers to the meals:

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Honest Toddler on Twitter

A new take on PMS.

Yep, my toddler has it.

Want more?  Follow @HonestToddler on Twitter!

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Beth Anne writes words & takes pictures on The Heir to BlairYou can also find her on the Twitters & Facebook.

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About Beth Anne Ballance

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Beth Anne Ballance

Beth Anne Ballance is a born and bred Southern Belle, blogging at okay, ba and using words and pictures to celebrate the challenges of motherhood and the joy of life. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter. Read bio and latest posts → Read Beth Anne's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “A Toddler on Twitter?

  1. Kelli G says:

    I saw you tweet something about Kristy and Dawn the other day and thought to myself, “I bet she’s talking about the Babysitter’s Club.” Love being a book nerd ;)

  2. Amy says:

    Honest Toddler makes my whole day. Oh, and, Twitter is now considered the “New AP Wire.”

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