This week Ashton Kutcher (aka @aplusk) broke the one million mark in Twitter followers and introduced Oprah (@oprah) to the phenomenon. He’s also using his fame and Twitterlebrity to raise awareness of malaria and ask fans to support Malaria No More in sending insecticide-treated mosquito nets to African countries where they are needed most.
But elsewhere in the twitterverse, here’s what celebrity parents have been tweeting about this week!
On April 1, P. Diddy (@iamdiddy) wished his son a happy birthday and revealed a nickname:
Happy birthday CHRISTIAN COMBS!!! Today is my sons birthday!!!! I LOVE you LITTLE PUFF! Today is definitely a GREAT DAY Let’s GO!!!
On April 3rd, Ashlee Simpson-Wentz (@ashsimpsonwentz) hitched a ride on husband Pete Wentz‘s tour bus:
On the bus bronx loves the rocking he’s already asleep. Sad we got to leave daddy tomorrow :( Show’s gonna be good tonight!
and a few days later, sent daddy a message:
@petewentz Bx and I miss you so much. We are only the 2 amigo’s without you. Last night I wanted a snuggle fest with you. Miss you mucho
Travis Barker (@trvsbrkr) showed how celebrities really aren’t just like us:
I’m taking my babies 2 the PlayBoy Mansion for the Easter Egg hunt. What you up to today?
On April 15th, Solange Knowles (@solangeknowles) took her son Julez to a museum while in NYC:
Childrens museum of manhattan, popping. Super poppn. Chuckee cheese poppn.
Soleil Moon Frye (@moonfrye) offered a reader natural teething advice:
We use an organic cotton towel, put water+then freeze. It helps us.
Tony Hawk (@tonyhawk) is tired of traveling:
Leaving again. It’s official: I am over traveling. Drafting up a proclamation now. My wife will co-sign. Our baby might filibuster.
Singer Rob Thomas (@ThisisRobThomas) had a busy day ahead of him:
i have a lot of s**t to do, then driving to boston to pick up my son. so, less tweets today. i hope you can go on ;-}
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