This morning one of DS's friends mom posted this status on Facebook...
"Attention all moms! In desparate need of advice! Adam is STILL wetting the bed at the age of 12 and has been since he was a baby. We've tried just about everything from alarms, medication, limiting drinks, waking him up multiple times a night but nothing seems to work. We've also been to several doctors and specialists who have informed us that it should go away as he finishes going through puberty. If anyone has had any advice or experience with this please let me know. Just this past week we have had to stop using the kids style night time underwear and have had to move on to adult diapers now that he is getting older and bigger :(, which is terrible for his self-esteem. Unfortunately, it's hereditary as Brent wet the bed until he was 17, but we really are hoping it won't get to that point. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!!"
I couldn't believe she would post something like that about her kid on facebook. It's not like he's a toddler or anything! He's 12 years old! Not only that, his mom is friends with my DS and other of his friends on facebook. DS informed me that he saw it and I made sure to tell him not to say anything to any of his friends. He told me that he wouldn't but that other people were friends with his mom on facebook so they would most likely see it and they always wonder why he never comes to team sleepovers(they all play soccer together). She also posted about her DH wetting the bed(Brent in the post above). Which I'm sure he didn't want the world knowing he had that problem until he was almost probably in college. Plus I'm sure some of his friends are on Facebook as well as him!
I just can't imagine how embarrassed he would be if he found out she posted that... poor kid!
Another one of my friends also posted a photo of her 10/11 year old DS playing in his white briefs that were way too tight and revealing on instagram the other day and I thought it was bizarre.
I just think certain personal information(and pictures) should stay off facebook.
What do people post on facebook/any other site about their kids or themselves that drives you nuts???