Earlier this month a new word was added to the Collins English Dictionary and the vocabulary of social media-savvy parents everywhere: “sharenting”.
It’s defined as “the habitual use of social media to share news, images, etc. of one’s children” and it’s something many parents — the famous and not-so famous alike — take part in.
Everyone has an opinion on the Dos and Don’ts of sharenting and chatting to blogger Sophie Cachia today, aka The Young Mummy, Mamamia found out exactly what hers are.
CARB LOADING FOR TOMORROW???????? Dinner with the girls over a bowl of @babybistro spaghetti bolognese as we prepare for our huge day tomorrow! We’ve been loyal lovers of Baby Bistro in this household and tomorrow’s bags will also feature some vouchers so you too can stock up the organic homemade meals for your family! Thanks Sevi & the team for wanting to be a part of our day ???????? #babybistro #boobspubesandbump
The first time mum has built a legion of fans by sharing her parenting journey on social media, but there’s one rule of sharenting the 24-year-old says is non-negotiable.