How to Avoid ‘Sharenting’ & Other Paparazzi Parenting Habits


By Amy Iverson, Deseret News


…after having a child of their own, three-fourths of new parents jump right on the parental social media bandwagon. If you have become a member of this group, there are some rules to follow for posting responsibly…more

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