Bullied 9-Year-Old Quaden Bayles Paid a Price for Outpouring of Support


By David Perry, CNN


Here’s a simple guideline: don’t post photos and videos of your kids online without their consent. If you can’t follow that rule — and let’s be honest, all of us parents want to share cute pictures of our babies — at least don’t post moments from your children’s worst day. Even if they might not object, they’ll probably hate you in a decade.

Right now, a viral video of a 9-year-old Australian boy named Quaden Bayles, who has achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism, is circulating around the world. His mother took the video as her son sat in the back seat of a car and posted it online. It’s heartbreaking…more

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