As new parents, we take to the internet for every fever, weird-rash and scheduling question. There are hordes of websites and groups out there, designed to provide advice, anecdotes and supports for new parents. As the kids get older, the anecdotes stop, the advice, gets harder to navigate, and is found on fewer mom blogs.
The problems get trickier, and the relatability that comes with parents being online gets smaller.
Common questions, like ‘How old should a child be to be dropped off at a mall’ become conversations with friends,