I know this. And yet in October , swept away with the excitement of the birth of my son and probably a little sleep-deprived , I made a terrible mistake. I took a photo of the two of them lying side by side; one in a red Baby-gro, the other in white. Max was already a good two inches longer than the new baby, which I found startling as he was still so tiny, and he had already started to lose some of that crinkly new-baby look. On my way home, I looked at the photo and felt a swell of pride. But then the email arrived. It was from my friend.
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Please refresh the page and retry. A new study says that by the time the average child is five, its parents have posted 1 , images of him or her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the like. This feels like a woeful underestimate. Some hint of how these children will feel about all of this in the future comes from Austria this week, where an year old unnamed woman is suing her parents to force them to remove childhood pictures of her her from Facebook.