Kids who Google themselves sometimes discover that their parents have been posting about them for years.
You know, those cute stories and cute pictures that could delight some kids and make others cringe. We want to hear from any parents who have posted about their children online and have had a conversation about that practice with their kids. How did it go? Were they upset because they felt their privacy was violated? Or were they psyched about how many likes your posts got?
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