It's an easy, quick way to make friends but beware
the pitfalls of social media to avoid making a prat of yourself
online, writes Rachel Goodchild.
There is nothing new about parents (mainly mothers) finding others
to talk with about their pregnancy and children. Antenatal groups,
Plunket groups, music and movement sessions have all been places
where parents could gather and network, supporting each other and
sharing the common complaints of little sleep, teething...
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