Parents, are you familiar with the term “sharenting”? Sharenting is defined as the overuse of social media by parents to share content featuring their children, such as baby pictures or details of their children’s activities. It is related to the concept of “too much information.” Because we are only a few years into living out our lives on the landscape of social media, we really don’t know what the full effect of oversharing information and pictures of our kids will be. One concern regards the legal issues. Law experts are saying that a parents’ right to free speech and self-expression is actually at odds with a child’s right to privacy when they are young and vulnerable. As children are growing older and moving onto the social media landscape themselves, they can resent all the information, photos, and disclosures made by their parents over the course of their young lives. Parents, we don’t need to show everyone everything. Most things are best enjoyed in the privacy of our face-to-face interactions.