Is your Facebook feed full of sonograms, baby photos, and graphic potty training descriptions? We’ve all seen it – the parents who feel that no detail about their kids’ lives is too small, or too gross, to share online.
Moms are power users online. What seems like oversharing to others might be their way of building community and getting actually useful information. Does everyone want to see stories about projectile vomit? Definitely not. But could some of the responses provide genuinely good info or happiness for the poster? For sure.
Randi Zuckerberg confesses: I overshare on Facebook- http://www.today.com/moms/randi-zuckerberg-confesses-i-overshare-facebook-1B8165058
Where do you draw the line on what you share on Facebook? What type of posts on your feed drive you the most crazy?