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A MIL Is Sharing Pics of Her Grandson in the Bath on Facebook Without His Parents’ Consent & Reddit Says These Are Choppy Waters

Just how many photos should be taken of a child during their life? Unfortunately for them, most people would say the limit does not exist. In this day and age — for better or for worse — everything they do is documented. Wearing their cute little blue and pink hospital hat? Snap. Riding in their car seat for the first time? Snap. Enjoying tummy time? Snap. Hating tummy time? Snap. Finally sitting in their high chair? Snap. Doing absolutely nothing? Snap. Snap. Snap.

We just can’t help ourselves! They’re just so stinkin’ cute. And while plenty of parents and celebrity parents keep those pictures private, there is also the insatiable urge to share those pictures everywhere. Because again, they’re so stinkin’ cute! Parents can do as they please with those photos, but it can get dicey when other family members and loved ones want to post a few of their own. Is a picture of them sleeping appropriate? Is that caption ok? The parents get to make those calls, and whatever they say should go.

The operative word there is “should.” But this article is about a post from the Reddit “Am I The A—hole” (AITA) subreddit, and if you’ve been following along, people hardly ever do what they “should.”

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