Taking a monthly photo of both of us is proving to be a real challenge for me. As always, I have heaps of photos of Amy but literally none of us together. It’s not easy when you’re usually the one behind the camera and a vehement. A couple days ago, though, we popped out for a fun mummy-daughter day. We went to the cinema to watch a movie together. We shopped till be dropped and, of course, there was ice-cream. I mean, which mummy-daughter date is complete with an ice-cream sundae?
Amy’s absolute highlight? Getting her very own headphones. She’s always been lusting after the pair I’m wearing when I’m working while she watches something on the tablet and now she’s got her own pair. And it’s much cooler one than mine, too.
Obviously, we couldn’t help ourselves and had to fool around and take some pics that I thought I’d share with you for this month’s Me & Mine. Not a traditional family photo, but then again, we aren’t a traditional family. Oh and while we’re on the topic of family photos and sharing them online, I’d love to hear your thoughts on it. If you’re a blogger joining in with this linky, the answer is kind of obvious but I have recently read this blog post on Geek Extreme that featured a survey that was taken out by Cartridge Save and I was wondering if you are worried about posting photos of your children online? Also, do you have a set of rules that you follow when you post pictures online?
I know that some of my friends don’t show their children’s faces for instance or that they never take pics of their children school uniform, in front of their door or the kids’ school. Do you think these steps help prevent any dangerous scenarios or do you think it doesn’t matter if you show your kids online because if someone wants to harm a child, they’ll find a way?