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Do You Twitter About Your Tots?

Kids say and do the darndest things, and mothers love to share their darlings' antics with family, friends and sometimes, even strangers. But if no one's around, she can take to her keyboard and Twitter. While social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace have long been popular with tweens, teens and adults, Twitter isn't as time consuming.

It allows a proud parent to type up to 140 characters per tweet — just enough to share what their kids are doing with their followers. Whether baby takes his first step, your son scores the winning goal at his soccer game or your daughter takes second place at the school spelling bee, the news can go live from a smart phone! Check out lilsugar's page for inspiration. Do you Twitter about your children?

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