Guest blogger Liz Fenton: A miracle happened the other day. My Facebook-challenged husband actually wrote on my wall. I was impressed. Because last time I checked, he didn't even know how to find my wall, let alone write sweet nothings on there.
I'm not going to lie: I liked it. Just the fact that he took the time to actually log out of espn.com to stop by and tell me that he loved me made me feel ... special. And after being married for ten years, that's saying A LOT!
But along with my post-Facebook-wall glow came some shit-talking from friends who felt like that kind of public display of affection was just too much; that my husband and I were the virtual version of the people you yell, "Get a room!" to. And while I was surprised they felt this way, I had to admit that overly affectionate Facebookers bugged me, too, sometimes.
Which begs the question: How much Facebook love is too much?
I'll admit I've often been guilty of popping by a friend's page and letting her know I miss her or that I can't wait for our next GNO. And if you put up hot new profile picture, I'm probably going to swing by and tell you how much I like it. I just don't see the harm in letting other people know you're thinking about them. I think that as long as you're not having a virtual makeout session, there's nothing wrong with spreading the love.
But I want to know what YOU think, momlogic moms. How much Facebook love is too much?