Why I stopped posting photos of my son’s birthday and I’m still here

Posted by @jasonmccormick on Sunday, December 17, 2017 | 11:36:14Posting photos of the kids birthday is still the biggest challenge in life, and there are always new challenges.

But the post facto of the Instagram post template was the worst.

It didn’t take much to see that the post was too easy.

So I stopped doing it.

I also stopped posting about my children’s birthday.

Because I know that it is a difficult time to share the moment, but I also know that I am doing the right thing by my children and their families.

My son and I love each other so much, and I know it is important to show our love and respect.

I also don’t want him to think that I’m not there for him.

If my husband and I get together, it will be hard, but if he does not get along with me, he will lose trust in me.

I love my children so much.

But I’m a parent and a wife and a mom, and that means being able to share with my children the good and the bad, the funny and the painful.

I don’t have time for posts like this.

I’m on Instagram, so it is easy for me to share, but when it is too easy, I feel as though I am giving my children something to take away from it.

It’s hard for me not to post about it when it comes to my children, but that’s the way it is.

I just don’t do it.

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