with Angella Dykstra
I'm a mom of three, a professional accountant, and an amateur photographer and writer. I am not a marriage expert. But my husband and I take "Til death do us part" seriously, and here I'll be sharing how we keep our marriage strong while we both do that insane work-life juggle.
Check out my Work It, Mom! profile and my blog, Dutch Blitz.
The “legal” age for FB is 13, and we’ll wait until then. I did set him up an email account — which I have full access to — and last fall when he asked if he could have an Instagram account, I helped him set it up. He’s set to Private, so only people he’s approved can see his photos. If he gets a request from a name he doesn’t recognize, he’ll check with me, and it’s always one of my friends.
A few weeks ago my husband and I were away for a night and when we got home, our two younger children had created a joint Instagram account with the help of their older brother.
It’s a bit weird seeing my kids “like” my photos, but it’s more awesome than weird. I also love seeing which photos they take and choose to share with their friends and family. (They have a bunch of cousins who are also in IG ad I love seeing their interactions.)
FB is a few years away, yet, as it should be.
What social media boundaries do you set with your kids?
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