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!

Sign up for a Connected#Parenting Boys’ Book Club in SD. It’ll be led by coaches Rebecca Lindsay & Kelly Parisa!

RT @maggiecary: Meeting the Needs of Your Gifted Child:

RT @Annie_Fox: Where bullying is ‘normal’ we can change the norm to empathy, honesty, respect. Join NOW!

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans from lively 05.07 #gtchat on “Gifted” Definitions: Do Variances Hurt GT Ed? #gifted {4pm}

Thanks for the RT @DailyParentTip#foodallergy#parenting

Thanks for the RT @branksomehall#foodallergy

RT @bweikle: Inspiring! Kids with food allergies get cooking –

TY 4 RT @sallywits: RT @Jenniferkolari: We’re talking abt#foodallergy next wk. Do U have a #parenting question?

We’re talking about #foodallergy next week. Do you have a#parenting question?

RT @bweikle: Not surprisingly, peanuts lead allergy list, national survey finds –

TY for the RT @sarawinter_: Gr8 article abt fertile moments of regulation between parents & kids — RT @Jenniferkolari

Thanks @allergysense! My kids don’t have allergies but I know many do. Just wanting to do my part to mark#FoodAllergy Awareness Week.

RT @micheleborba#Parenting Solutions for Turning Pessimistic Kids Into Optimistic Thinkers

TY! RT @whiningndining: @curiousdad I saw jennifer kolari from connected parenting speak. she’d be a gr8 source. Lots of science…

What a great story! The Resilience of Kids

Hooray! RT @YummyMummyClub: Why I think there’s a shift happening in the mummy-sphere –>

@eggfree Sorry – I’ll have to stick with parenting questions. I can’t give medical advice.

RT @MeaganFrancis: what was your happiest mom moment this week? mine was my son cracking himself up.

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