Connect to your kids on Facebook while they're young
70 % of people
age 45 and older, who use the internet, have at least one social media account. Most of these are Facebook and most of these
people say Facebook is a great way to stay in touch.
to your kids. Most kids age 13 or 14
years old will friend their parents first because they are looking for anyone
to friend and grow their friend list.
That’s good because as they get older they are less likely to friend
their parents before their parents friend them.
By the time
these kids are in there 20’s, only 40% friend their parents first. I’m not sure what that means, other than it’s
easier to get on their list when they’re younger.
when my daughter was a little girl, she couldn’t wait to run to daddy. Even though I was stuck playing with Barbie’s,
any excuse to spend time with her was just awesome. As she got older I somehow lost all my cool
and count it as a "win” just the fact that she hasn’t unfriended me! (as of the
date of this article)
grandparents tend to feel the same way.
They are looking for ways to stay included in their family’s lives. According to the AARP, the fastest growing
number of new social media users are age 50 to 64.
We are all
looking for ways to stay connected with our families. Here are the most common
words that mothers and fathers say to their daughters on Facebook.
I’m so proud
All my heart
what they say to their sons:
Proud of you
I love you
What things do
you say to your kids?
"If it weren't for Facebook and email, I would probably not talk to my
grandparents and other relatives much at all.”
So, why not
use Face book to get that family back together in person again? Here is a great step-by-step about how to do
just that. Reunion
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