• R
  • Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
  • 2 months ago

Baby pics on social media??

Do u post many pics of your child on social media eg fb and how do u feel about others posting pics of your child
  • N
  • Mt. Juliet, United States
  • 5 days ago

We knew from before our kids were born that we wouldn’t be posting their pictures on any social media platform. this is the only platform I e put an image on. The truth is we just don’t know how it’s going to affect them when their older. Once it’s posted it’s there forever... even if it’s deleted. Maybe those pictures of them we find so cute will be a source if ridicule as they become older. Also the geotagging that happens with every picture you take (coordinates to your exact location) being attached for anyone to see in the info information just makes me uncomfortable. I think, until they are old enough to understand the extent of posting a picture and can give permission, we are going to hold off. But it’s soooo hard because they’re so darn cute. I just remind myself, it’s their image so it’ll be their choice.

  • L
  • Falls Church, United States
  • 5 days ago

No, with only a few exceptions (determined solely by us, the parents). Other than that, it is expressly not allowed. It's exploitive and unfair to the adult the child will oneday become.

  • A
  • Bakersfield, United States
  • 10 days ago

I do if im in the picture him by himself no

  • g
  • Houston, United States
  • 13 days ago

I post my BG on social media and it's a few that can post her up like fam my sister likes to post her up on her ig I don't have a problem w/it but I keep my ig private.

  • A
  • Concord, United States
  • a month ago

I haven’t posted any pictures of my baby girl on anything but this Peanut app. I plan on posting when she’s older but for right now I feel she doesn’t rlly need to be all on the internet. I want her all to myself and I know that can be seen as selfish but idc she’s my little angel and I don’t see the point in everyone seeing her. All the people that rlly matter in our lives have either seen her in person or get their pictures personally sent via text.

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