Being a Mom, we love to capture the happy moments of our baby. As social media is easily accessible to everyone, we love to share pictures of our baby' with others.

Whenever I start searching for Ojas picture to post, few things start rolling into my mind

🤔 What if he doesn't like to share his pictures with strangers?

🤔 What if he became just like his parents, who doesn't feel good to share their pictures on social media?

🤔 What if someone at his college/school bullies him just because of these pictures?

🤔 Just because I am a Mom, is that okay to share whatever I want about him with strangers?

🤔 What if he asks me, Mumma how could you post my Random pictures over social media? I am not looking good in this outfit then why have you shared that?

Ufff ...

We all think a lot before sharing our pictures over Social Media like, if we are looking fat or thin, if the background looks good, if hairs are looking okay, etc. then how we can post any random(nude/shabby) picture of our baby over here without giving it a second thought? HOW?

Babies need respect and they need privacy too. Respect there privacy.

I am happy my parents didn't have social media when I was a kid. Few of those pictures in our old albums are actually weird. But, till the time they are private, we are safe. Our parents keep them as private and I appreciate that. Then why not we?

Things we can keep in our mind before sharing pictures

⭐ No nude or shabby pictures.

⭐ No location tags if possible.

⭐ Avoid sharing if it's not required.

⭐ Avoid tagging random accounts to feature your baby photo.

⭐ Try to avoid posting baby pictures for collaboration posts otherwise, ask them not to share your baby photo without your consent.

⭐ Block accounts without warning if found them snooping around.

⭐ Putting only the positive side of the baby in your content, so he will not be embarrassed in the future.

⭐ If anyone from the family or friends post weird pictures, feel free to ask them to delete those immediately.

Before posting anything online, remember the maxim “what happens on the web, stays on the web.

So, avoid sharing an awkward moment just for making the audience laugh.

What's your thought? #respect #babyandprivacy #awareness #cibercrime #safetyforkids #likeandshare

Very helpful post dear..

Thanks for sharing!!

Pleasure sharing 😊

Much informative post :)

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