Where does our right to share end and our children’s right for privacy begin?
How do families become Americanized?
Idea from here.
Idea from here. Photo from very cute Creative Commons collection.
When the baby wakes up at 4:37 am
When the baby smiles at something you did
When you finally got the baby to sleep but the Amazon delivery guy rings the doorbell:
When your baby grows out of her size 3 diapers and you realize she will go to college someday:
When you’re trying to change the baby quickly and she keeps trying to flip over:
When your baby shows A Symptom and you’re reading Dr.Google to see what’s wrong
When you think you see the first tooth:
When you cut the baby’s nails wrong
When you go out with the baby and need to take her stuff:
When you’re trying to get the baby to smile for the camera:
When your baby-less friends post on Facebook:
When it takes you 40 minutes to put your baby to sleep and you hear her waking up 25 minutes later:
When you, your spouse, and your parents are all in the kitchen and you hear a baby noise in the living room:
When the baby is crying because she needs to be changed and fed and your cell phone rings:
When you’re trying to kiss and hug your baby but she only wants to crawl and roll over:
When you’re bracing yourself for the spit up
Your living room at the end of the day:
When the baby is asleep for the night:
When you are asleep for the night, with the monitor next to you:
The old internet,whatever it was, is gone. The revolution is over.