In Part One, our panel of parents talked about how their blogs evolve as their kids grow, the support to be found within the blogging community, and how to write about sensitive issues without embarrassing your kids (short answer: you’re going to embarrass them no matter what you do, so get used to it).
Today, they delve into the nitty-gritty of establishing boundaries online. How much detail is appropriate to share? What topics are off-limits? What about posting photos? How is their children’s other parent involved in the blog, if at all? Their advice is great for anyone writing about (or posting photos of) family and friends, whether they’re tall enough for the roller coaster or not.
Please give a big Daily Post welcome to our panel. And no funny business, or they will turn this blog around. They mean it.
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