This Week's Tweets

kolari thumbnailFor those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans for 04.16 noon/EST #gtchat | Discerning Personality Types/Strengths: Why It Matters | #gifted

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans from 04.16 7pm/EST #gtchat“Going Crazy? Why Parenting the Gifted Can Be Tough” {11pm start}

RT @BrendaNixon: When speaking to parents about child behavior, I remind them to appreciate progress – not perfection. #parenting #parents

@Awildride @HelpWeveGotKids TY for RT! Drop by and visit my blog for more

Frugal AND great chance to connect. From the Get Rich Slowly blog

RT @bweikle: What do you expect from your kids in terms of chores?

RT @DeborahMersino: The votes are in! Our 7:00 p.m./EST topic for #gtchat will be: Going Crazy: Why Parenting the#Gifted Can Be Tough.”

RT @DeborahMersino: Our noon/EST topic for #gtchat on 04.16 will be “Discerning Personality Types/Strengths:Why It Matters” #gifted

RT @bweikle: Province cuts special education funding for Toronto school board –

You’re welcome! RT @sarawinter_ Unbelievable milestone. Fire drill. Couldn’t protect him from it. But CALM really helped! TY @jenniferkolari


RT @HighChair: Snacking and Your Child: Finding the Healthy Balance Structure, Safety & Suggestions (via @simplebites)

RT @sallywits: RT @planningqueen: New post: 10 Things To Do Before You Go To Bed (make your mornings easier)#parenting

Increased Brain Sensitivity & Visual Attention in People with Sensory Processing Sensitivities

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