(The Censorship Committee is in session.)
I have been thinking a lot about boundaries after hearing where other bloggers set theirs during the sessions and conversations at BlogHer ’11. I have always given my kids a veto on content that pertains to them and am more committed than ever to maintaining their privacy such as it is in this Brave New World.
I cannot post about my eight-year-old running away from home. It was a charming story with a good lesson for me and for other parents. I cannot blog about my soon-to-be thirteen-year-old barely at all. I cannot write about my sixteen-year-old’s struggles as she becomes a young woman, nor about her budding romantic life.
I have awesome kids. (I cannot elaborate.)
Upon hearing my assertion that the comic book character Garfield likely has an eating disorder, my daughter put in that some of her closest friends are of the opinion that our family would make a hilarious sitcom. I have no doubt that it would.
I wish I could say more, but…