Tip #17: How not to bore your friends on social networks

Those kids. They say and do the darndest things. But if you publish notes about all of them as your Facebook or Twitter statuses, well, {yawn}.

Good etiquette online and in real life requires recognition of a mixed company situation. Listen up, fellow breeders: you must embrace a new definition of mixed company: Parents and Non-Parents.
Remember to filter your thoughts and serve up only the most compelling to your friends and followers.

But don’t worry, Mommy of The Cutest Kid Eva!, there ARE some places to capture the rest of those adorable moments.

Also? At work? Do not talk about labor and delivery in mixed company.

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RookieMoms.com co-founder Whitney lives with her husband, son, and daughter in the San Francisco Bay Area where she writes about parenting, crafts, and activities that moms can do with babies in tow. She and Heather also publish 510Families.com, a site for East Bay parents and are the authors of The Rookie Mom's Handbook and Stuff Every Mom Should Know.

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