Should be against the law, imo. We still don't know the effects this will have on these children later in life. To expose them to such a flagrant invasion of privacy and shameless exploitation should come with some kind of legal, child-protection sort of consequence. The trouble is, where do law makers draw the line between children put on display in commercial blogs vs over exposed via non-monetized social media? Either way, it's a privacy invasion that comes with risk. The parents who think "it's the way of the world now - everyone does it, so why shouldn't I?" need to stop and think about the possible impact of their actions.

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Nora Lyn Larch

Mom, wife, and dog owner, with dishes in the sink and a keyboard at my fingertips