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tiffanyraina / kinsleyraina
December 26, 2015
9:05 pm
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whatdidijustread
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Meows: 499
Snarking Since:
October 2, 2012

I don't know if this has been discussed anywhere but I stumbled upon this chick's instagram a week or so ago and saw this picture she had posted of her really big baby, standing naked by the tub. Not a picture you want to share. Later I see the same picture shared on facebook by someone else. Turns out it's being shared everywhere and I am thinking how horrifying that would be. Turns out the mom not only knows the picture of her naked child is being shared all over the internet, she LOVES it and is gunning to get the kid on Ellen. The only thing she cares about is making sure she gets credit for the photo. others-221

December 26, 2015
9:51 pm
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bananapie
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Meows: 586
Snarking Since:
September 19, 2012

Such a cute baby! I think the kid is going to be mortified when she grows up and realizes her adorable baby rolls were shared all over the internet (and more if she does get on Ellen). Baby bum pictures don't bother me, but I personally keep my kid's naked bum photos in our personal albums. I really do wonder how these kids are going to feel about all of this years down the road though. I wonder if any kids of really early bloggers who are older teenagers now are going to be sharing some of their experiences growing up online.

December 26, 2015
9:57 pm
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Caycee Hewitts Bangs
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Meows: 214
Snarking Since:
May 30, 2015

She reminds me of a little Shar Pei puppy.

December 26, 2015
10:45 pm
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Princess Buttercup
Hamprince of Meowtonia
Meows: 5082
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July 27, 2012

She shouldn't have posted it. I think pictures like those are to giggle over in private when you're past the perpetually mortified stage of adolescence.

But OMG, cute baby! I wanna squeeze her!

December 26, 2015
11:10 pm
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whatdidijustread
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 499
Snarking Since:
October 2, 2012

I agree she is cute but all that attention on that picture could be really embarrassing later. Especially when these instagram moms hashtag their kids names so it's all really easily searchable.  I just feel like the mom is attention-hungry for herself.

December 26, 2015
11:58 pm
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lo-fi
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Meows: 164
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January 15, 2015

I think posting naked pictures of your kids on the Internet (especially on the "public" Internet) is idiotic for a lot of reasons, but I've never understood the "this is going to be really embarrassing for the kid later on" argument.  I was never embarrassed about baby pics, even naked ones, as an adolescent, and I don't know any friends who were either.  In fact, when social media started becoming a thing as I hit high school, people often used "embarrassing" baby pictures of themselves as their profile pics, or posted albums of them…there were naked baby pics, pics of toddlers and preschoolers covered in food, making weird faces, dressed in ridiculous costumes, doing horrible things to siblings and pets, having horrible things done to them by siblings or pets, you name it.  Are most adolescents really that mortified by old pictures of themselves?  That's just never been my experience…if anything, it was the opposite, people loved having pictures that proved how "weird" and "unique" they were from the very beginning, or pictures they could post as compliment-bait by captioning it "oh my god wasn't I so embarrassing" when they knew damn well it was adorable.

December 27, 2015
1:20 am
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ativan annie
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Meows: 2996
Snarking Since:
January 18, 2013

lo-fi meowed
I think posting naked pictures of your kids on the Internet (especially on the "public" Internet) is idiotic for a lot of reasons, but I've never understood the "this is going to be really embarrassing for the kid later on" argument.  I was never embarrassed about baby pics, even naked ones, as an adolescent, and I don't know any friends who were either.  In fact, when social media started becoming a thing as I hit high school, people often used "embarrassing" baby pictures of themselves as their profile pics, or posted albums of them…there were naked baby pics, pics of toddlers and preschoolers covered in food, making weird faces, dressed in ridiculous costumes, doing horrible things to siblings and pets, having horrible things done to them by siblings or pets, you name it.  Are most adolescents really that mortified by old pictures of themselves?  That's just never been my experience…if anything, it was the opposite, people loved having pictures that proved how "weird" and "unique" they were from the very beginning, or pictures they could post as compliment-bait by captioning it "oh my god wasn't I so embarrassing" when they knew damn well it was adorable.

They might be mortified when they have the FBI show up at the house to let them know that the pictures were found in a p**ophile's collection (as happened to one of the big mom bloggers).

December 27, 2015
8:31 am
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rolodex of logical fallacies
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January 29, 2013

lo-fi meowed

My kids most definitely are mortified by the evidence that there was a time in their lives that they publicly didn't like clothes – they are 13 & 11. So glad I didn't share such images, cute as they are.

Also if you're sharing an old pre social media baby snap of yourself, that's your decision as adolescent/ young adult. You're in control of your privacy. Very different from millions of strangers seeing your pic that you didn't consent to showing, throughout your childhood. It's out there forever thanks to your parent wanting head pats.

Why don't these parents dig out their own naked baby pics and post those instead?

December 27, 2015
9:11 am
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"Run like hell" territory
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Meows: 288
Snarking Since:
May 16, 2014

I am dying here.  That is one chunky baby LOL.  I had one daughter who had a huge butt, I had to size up diapers just because her butt was so big.  She is 16 now and still has a big butt LOLOLOL.  That kid is SO big….I wonder what they're feeding her.  Whatever it is, they need to slow down.  My pediatrician would have been pissed if my kid was that big.

 

It is a cute photo, and the kid is cute.

The artist formerly known as ChopperChopperBellyFlopper =^-^=
December 27, 2015
9:32 am
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"Run like hell" territory
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Meows: 288
Snarking Since:
May 16, 2014

I just looked through her account and it looks like the baby is being breastfed—which gets a pass from me.  However I wonder if they are feeding her a lot of solids on top of that.  Being too heavy can affect a baby's physical development and make it harder for them to meet their milestones (crawling, walking, etc).  Babies are usually at their chubbiest around 4-6 months (which is when many babies have delicious fat rolls LOL) but by age 1, they should be moving around and in turn, slowing down on their growth and weight.

 

Also, I noticed many of the comments on her page are not in english.  Any ideas why?

The artist formerly known as ChopperChopperBellyFlopper =^-^=
December 27, 2015
2:18 pm
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sgberg
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Meows: 30
Snarking Since:
January 2, 2013

That baby is adorable but there is not way it's healthy to be 25lbs at 9 months. My daughter is average sized and wasn't 25 lbs until 18 months! I would be seriously concerned even if the pediatrician was telling me not to be.

And I will never understand these women who are dumb enough to post naked pictures of their kids on a public account. It's a p**ophiles dream.

December 27, 2015
3:25 pm
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Frozen Tomato on the Counter
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1148
Snarking Since:
January 13, 2013

lo-fi meowed

I think posting naked pictures of your kids on the Internet (especially on the "public" Internet) is idiotic for a lot of reasons, but I've never understood the "this is going to be really embarrassing for the kid later on" argument.  I was never embarrassed about baby pics, even naked ones, as an adolescent, and I don't know any friends who were either.  In fact, when social media started becoming a thing as I hit high school, people often used "embarrassing" baby pictures of themselves as their profile pics, or posted albums of them…there were naked baby pics, pics of toddlers and preschoolers covered in food, making weird faces, dressed in ridiculous costumes, doing horrible things to siblings and pets, having horrible things done to them by siblings or pets, you name it.  Are most adolescents really that mortified by old pictures of themselves?  That's just never been my experience…if anything, it was the opposite, people loved having pictures that proved how "weird" and "unique" they were from the very beginning, or pictures they could post as compliment-bait by captioning it "oh my god wasn't I so embarrassing" when they knew damn well it was adorable.

Sure naked baby pictures aren't embarrassing for some people, but like posters above have said, there's a huge difference between a snapshot being shared with a couple of people and having your picture shared all over social media. The baby has her own hashtag and the mom is spreading her name all over. Imagine walking into a job interview and having your future boss know that your mom pimped you out for a chance to be on Ellen. idontknow

Artist formerly known as Original Paintings, Original Tracings.
December 27, 2015
8:54 pm
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sadiesue
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Meows: 311
Snarking Since:
October 14, 2012

lo-fi meowed

I think posting naked pictures of your kids on the Internet (especially on the "public" Internet) is idiotic for a lot of reasons, but I've never understood the "this is going to be really embarrassing for the kid later on" argument.  I was never embarrassed about baby pics, even naked ones, as an adolescent, and I don't know any friends who were either.  In fact, when social media started becoming a thing as I hit high school, people often used "embarrassing" baby pictures of themselves as their profile pics, or posted albums of them…there were naked baby pics, pics of toddlers and preschoolers covered in food, making weird faces, dressed in ridiculous costumes, doing horrible things to siblings and pets, having horrible things done to them by siblings or pets, you name it.  Are most adolescents really that mortified by old pictures of themselves?  That's just never been my experience…if anything, it was the opposite, people loved having pictures that proved how "weird" and "unique" they were from the very beginning, or pictures they could post as compliment-bait by captioning it "oh my god wasn't I so embarrassing" when they knew damn well it was adorable.

I think it's different if you choose to share your own embarrassing picures to your friends vs your parents trying to fame whire you out to get on Ellen.

Cute kid! Reminds me of my god neice who was an adorable fluffy baby and is now this tiny but determined 4 year old.



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