Here's what I think that these moms think:
- Facebook will always exists
- Facebook photos will always be accessible
- Their baby will not be abducted, as that happens to other people.
Seriously, why would someone do this? Facebook is a great social media tool, but it seriously needs to be used the proper way.
Stacey Honowitz, a supervisor in the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit of the Florida State Attorney's Office and recently shared some great information in regards to photos and your kids. Before any picture is posted of a child, some thought needs to go into the photo.
I love social media and I love sharing photos, but it is true that it is easy to share too often. I think the challenge is finding that fine line between sharing the fun and life experiences. All parents have the cutest kids on the planet, and that's just a fact of life!
I know that actual baby books have evolved since 1991 and 1995, but there are some great online tools for baby books. Yes, our boys have actual books!
This is not a paid post and I am not working with Shutterfly, but I can tell you that Shutterfly does offer some great baby books.
It is healthy to step away from social media now and then. The opportunity to create a baby book is the perfect opportunity for new moms to explore their creativity. So, if you are a millennial mom, does your child have a Facebook page? I'm still shaking my head on this one and probably will continue too. After All, It's All In a Mom's Day, Right?