Like many of you, I decided to attempt a Project 365 this year.
Or a Project 366 since it’s Leap Year.
I realized that I tended to go days or even weeks between taking pics, so committing to at least one a day would be a good thing.
To keep myself accountable, I decided to post my pic of the day to my facebook fanpage.
On Thursday, I took what I thought was a hilarious pic of my 3 year-old. I took it using Instagram, so if you follow me on there, you might have seen it.
But, when it came time to post my pic of the day to facebook, I hesitated and decided to post a different pic.
In the pic that I didn’t post, I had caught my son right after he had dived headfirst off the back of our living room chair onto the cushion: it looked like he was doing a twisted type of headstand on the chair.
He was wearing his “Toad” hat from his Halloween costume. And a pair of backwards underwear. And nothing else.
Even though little boys running around in underwear is a common sight in my house since apparently my boys all hate clothes, at what age does it stop being okay to post pics like that for all to see?
Do you think about the pics you post of your kids? How do you decide what is okay to post and what should be left offline?