Technically Sweet T isn’t talking yet (unless you count the “bye-bye’s” she says completely at random and out of context), but it won’t be long before she’s blurting out things to embarrass us in public. We all know that kids say the darnedest things and Bnter has created a social network to archive and share those memorable conversations.
Bnter.com (pronounced “banter”) is a social network designed for capturing conversations. It gives moms a modern way to save those “kidisms” and share them with family members, friends, and followers. You can also access Web- and app-based, Bnter.com from your mobile devices. Bnter.com is free, simple to use, and easy to organize. I started off by connecting with Twitter and Facebook friends who were already using Bnter.
If your kids are saying something Bnter-worthy (which probably means they aren’t talking yet) you might use the site to import Twitter or other social network conversations.
Bnter illustrates some of their favorite conversations. So Bnter away and maybe one of your child’s off-the-wall sayings will make it into the gallery.
Sweet T will be “bntering” soon enough and I’m happy to have a way to record and preserve the memories.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of the Bnter Campaign and received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate