Speaking of, anyone seen the self-portrait nudey pics of Blake Lively that made their way from her cell phone to the world wide web? Too hot for this blog...but let me say this - I call into question (read: think she's regretful and lying about) her claim that they were photoshopped and not actually her.
A non-naughty photo of Blake Lively, google the naughty ones yourself
What is too much when it comes to posting thoughts, photos and videos about your pregnancy and baby on the internet? A naked pregnant belly? Photos of mom, dad and baby in the delivery room? Sonogram images? I once saw a photo posted on Facebook of the mother-to-be mid ultrasound as she and the father-to-be found out the baby's gender.
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the result of a pregnancy test as the mother herself discovers it.
There is fresh pee (yes, pee) on the pregnancy test in this video.
I wonder how I will feel when it's my turn - whether I will splash my bikini clad baby bump all over the internet or wait until my child heads to college. I imagine it's a battle between wanting to keep some things private and wanting to shout your joy from the roof tops. There's no wrong choice, which is comforting. Unless, of course, Facebook thinks you're a big perv and removes your photo per policy.
What photos and news will/have you posted?