Here are 10 things you should stop sharing on Facebook:
1. Pregnancy and childbirth specifics
I can’t believe I even have to include this, but there are certain details about your pregnancy and childbirth process that I do not need to know about. For instance, I had a high school friend who decided to update frequently how far along she was in the childbirth process for everyone to see. Your family might want to know, but all high school classmates really don’t need to know how many centimeters dilated you are.
2. Small baby milestones
We get it. You’re so excited little Timmy learned how to roll over, how he just cut his first tooth, or how he just called you Momma for the first time. This is big news for your family, but not so much for 500 of your closest Facebook friends. That you’re posting these “milestone” photos every day gets borderline annoying. If you must share every little milestone, create a private Facebook group and share with the people who really want to know.
3. Potty training photos and tips