Following its successful beta launch in May 2008, is giving moms, dads and grandparents even more ways to engage, exchange and connect with one another. “Parents want a site where they can easily store, retrieve and share information. They also want to connect and communicate with other parents in similar situations. Adding groups and forums to our existing network of individual user profiles now provides our members with a unique, full-service social networking experience,” said Maurice McKenzie, founder and president. was designed for parents of all ages, including Baby Boomers and Generation Jones, who comprise over 40% of YadaHome’s membership. “We recognize that grandparents remain actively involved in their grown children’s and grandchildren’s lives. We’ve created a platform that allows parents of all ages to easily build personal networks and stay connected with family and friends,” said McKenzie. “Moreover, site features, such as local events and grocery coupons help simplify the lives of all users.”