How has the internet changed motherhood?

If it weren’t for social media, I can tell you with 100% certainty that we would not be cloth diapering. Would I have made it breastfeeding this long? Would I have found ICAN and started my own chapter? Would I have found support after my cesarean or would I have continued feeling completely alone?

Who knows. But I do know that the internet and social media have drastically changed or assisted motherhood for me and I’m sure for many others. It’s the first place I go with a question–who better to ask than other moms who have been in the same situation?! It’s where I share exciting news and it’s where not only do *I* find support, but I offer support to other cesarean/VBAC mamas.

Shari Criso (RN, CNM, IBCLC) hosts a live web TV show (on UStream) every Tuesday night. Each week she covers a different topic related to pregnancy, parenting, new moms and natural/safe products. Each week there are also great prizes from amazing sponsors.

Tomorrow night (Tuesday 5/24) from 8-10pm EST, she’s having her Season 3 Finale Show. Two hours of prizes and guests to discuss how the internet has changed motherhood.

I’m honored to be a guest during the show tomorrow night, among many amazing people: Gina from The Feminist Breeder, Sommer from Green and Clean Mom, Annie from PhD in Parenting, Calley from The Eco Chic and Jamie from The Baby Guy NYC!

In addition to all the prizes for those that RSVP and attend this show tomorrow night, we’ll also be giving away the Season 3 GRAND PRIZE: any Britax stroller or car seat of the winner’s choice! To be eligible, you had to attend at least 5 shows during this season.

Please RSVP and join us tomorrow night! How has the internet changed motherhood for you? Or how have you used the internet to contribute to the change? Click the link above or click the button:

Shari Criso

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