And maybe there is something slightly tragic to be said about the Internet having conditioned us all to look at things through smut-colored glasses. The roadtrip photos — Stella in her carseat; Stella using a portable training potty at a roadside pitstop; Stella eating barbeque — were first posted to his Instagram account. Also, there is a smartphone nearby streaming cartoons. I got to know him through the artifacts he left. And yet, the photos raise an interesting question about how much we share about our kids on social media. Kids are free and magical and not inhibited by the cultural boundaries we all are.
And yet, the photos raise an interesting question about how much we share about our kids on social media. Sign Up for Our Newsletters Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know now on politics, health, money and more.
Mother ‘posts naked photo of girl, 12, on Facebook after she broke up with son’
It makes me sad for a lot of people that it would even cross their minds. But even then, it would have most likely been on Facebook where at least I am given the illusion that I can control who has access to the pictures. In the worst instances, commenters have accused Neumann of trading in kiddie porn. It is an extreme iteration of the more judgmental and moralistic strains we encounter in modern parenting. From there the images made their way to the online message board Get Off My Internets. Living Newsletter Get the latest career, relationship and wellness advice to enrich your life.