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My personal favorite is when someone comments that I must be a bitter, single old woman using someone else’s photo to make money online. The truth is that I am super-proud of my kids and would love to plaster my blog and social media with pictures of them, but I don’t.
In fact, I don’t even post about my kids on my own personal social media accounts as this was a decision my husband and I made for our family after a lot of thought and research.
I think this same analogy can apply when it comes to the internet.
As all too many teenagers have learned the hard way, it is not always almost impossible to undo things that have been posted online.
) and in a sense we grew up in a safe and protected bubble compared to what our children face today.
We live in a unprecedented time in technology and face decisions that our parents didn’t even have the need to consider.
If you’ve read much on this blog, you might have noticed that I don’t post many details about my kids online, other than very general information about how my 4-year-old helped me clean or how one of my kids once spilled activated charcoal all over my kitchen.
I am *hopefully* going to give birth sometime in the near future to baby number 6, and while I will share my birth experience and maybe even a picture of the birth or our baby, I won’t be sharing the name, weight, or even the exact birthdate.
None of us (unless you are a lot younger than I am), grew up with our parents having smart phones or posting our pictures on Facebook.
In fact, if you were like me, the closest our pictures came to being “shared” or “liked” when we were kids were when friends and relatives would visit and parents would bring out the ever-dreaded scrapbooks.