SPARKLY SHOES AND SWEATDROPS TALKS ABOUT WHY THE PERSONAL COMMUNITY FEATURE IS IMPORTANT TO HER

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*Originally posted on Sparkly Shoes and Sweatdrops*

Given I’m co-parenting my son with my ex, I’m not with him all the time. Sharing time is important so we both get parenting time with him, but I worry about missing something important. Milestones. Memories. Most of all, I worry about emergencies. We are a parenting team and teams work best when all the members are available. I remember the morning I woke up to eleventy billion missed calls and texts and I was so afraid something had gone horribly wrong. I kept picturing him hurt or lost or scared and I felt terrible. I never want to feel like that again. I know my ex can handle an emergency, but as a mom, I want to know if something’s up and when he goes to the trouble to let me know, I want to be sure to get the message. I had turned off my ringer the night before and slept in because I didn’t have anywhere to be. I wasn’t reachable and that could have been a problem. Lucky for me it wasn’t. I’ve also got aging relatives and I want to know right away if something is wrong with them. I love my Nana and grandpa. I also want to be able to lend a hand if my ex needs it, if they are stranded by car trouble and need a lift, if he’s sick and needs a break, or if someone just really needs to get a hold of me. I also want the freedom to turn off my ringer when I need quiet to concentrate, but without sacrificing emergency availability. Recently I learned about a solution that I think every family needs to make part of their communication plan. It’s called In-telligent.

“Through the FREE In-telligent app, you can create your own Personal Community to communicate with family and friends during emergency situations, for your safety and for theirs. When a phone call or text message does not get a loved one’s attention, In-telligent ensures that your message is noticed immediately by overriding their phone’s silent and do not disturb settings.”

 

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#ad Given I’m co-parenting my son with my ex, I’m not with him all the time. Sharing time is important so we both get parenting time with him, but I worry about missing something important. Milestones. Memories. Most of all, I worry about emergencies. We are a parenting team and teams work best when all the members are available. I remember the morning I woke up to eleventy billion missed calls and texts and I was so afraid something had gone horribly wrong. I kept picturing him hurt or lost or scared and I felt terrible. I never want to feel like that again. I know my ex can handle an emergency, but as a mom, I want to know if something’s up and when he goes to the trouble to let me know, I want to be sure to get the message. I had turned off my ringer the night before and slept in because I didn’t have anywhere to be. I wasn’t reachable and that could have been a problem. Lucky for me it wasn’t. I’ve also got aging relatives and I want to know right away if something is wrong with them. I love my Nana and grandpa. I also want to be able to lend a hand if my ex needs it, if they are stranded by car trouble and need a lift, if he’s sick and needs a break, or if someone just really needs to get a hold of me. I also want the freedom to turn off my ringer when I need quiet to concentrate, but without sacrificing emergency availability. Recently I learned about a solution that I think every family needs to make part of their communication plan. It's called In-telligent“Through the FREE In-telligent app, you can create your own Personal Community to communicate with family and friends during emergency situations, for your safety and for theirs. When a phone call or text message does not get a loved one's attention, In-telligent ensures that your message is noticed immediately by overriding their phone’s silent and do not disturb settings.”Click this link and download it for yourself. https://in-telligent.lpages.co/sssmoms/

Posted by Sparkly Shoes and Sweatdrops by Alison Tedford on Wednesday, December 6, 2017