This Week’s Tweets

For 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: Transcript from 06.11 #gtchat on “Confident Parenting: Myth or Magic?”{4pm start} TY! #gifted

Glad it’s working out! RT @sarawinter_: Thank-you @jenniferkolari and Connected Parenting for suggesting the accomplishments log!

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 06.11 #gtchat“Growing Up 2 Fast: Society & #Gifted Pressure Cooker” {11pm start}

RT @bweikle: The perfect TV mom is no more (thank GAWD). –

Congrats! RT @sarawinter_: @Jenniferkolari Thx for the mention Jennifer. The blog is up! App will be ready for testing in just three weeks!

Thanks for the RT @Child_Health_OW: Is it Just Me? – Gorilla Gardening – Connected #Parenting

@OhBabymagazine Thanks for the #FF!

Thanks for the RT! @Parenting_OW @Child_Health_OW

New social site for teens and tweens on the autistic spectrum created by @sarawinter_ and her family:

More great stuff from the YSP blog:

RT @babyfacts: Good news: Perfection is overrated! Here’s what author & parenting expert Jennifer Kolari has to say…

Check out the latest post from the Yonge Street Players blog: 10 Reasons Your Child Should Take Improv

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