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Sharing photos of babies and children on social media – often called “sharenting” – is a common practice among parents who are used to sharing details about their lives online.
It’s been an exciting year of research for the National Poll on Children’s Health. Each month we’ve reported on some of the most important health issues facing kids today, and this year we hit a milestone with our 100th report.
Last week, we published an NPCH Report that has generated an incredible amount of conversation among parents around the world. The subject: sharenting – sharing parenting information online and on social media.
Over half of mothers and one-third of fathers discuss parenting on social media. Parents say social media is most useful for making them feel they are not alone (72%). Three-quarters of parents point to “oversharenting” by another parent.
Social media is a part of everyday life, and for many parents, a useful tool to share updates with friends, family, and other parents about their kids.