Tip #4 - Do Not Tweet Your Bikini Pics
This is one part an open letter to celebrities, one part public service announcement, and a generous pinch of a reminder to all parents who engage in social media. There are certain things you should refrain from doing and sharing on the internet.
As our culture participates in social media tools such as Twitter and Facebook, there are many who are guilty of the over-share, the accidental R-rated image, or the just plain tacky tweet. And these social media faux pas are even worse when celeb parents are behind the wheel of these social media accounts.
Check out these 13 tips of things NOT to do on Twitter and Facebook regardless if you are famous or not.
Tip #1 - Make Sure Your Wife Isn’t Naked in TwitPics
Last year Dean McDermott tweeted a photo that seemed innocent enough of his son Liam. But there was something going on in the background, his wife Tori Spellings’ boobs. On the right side of the frame, Tori’s breasts were clearly visible. But Tori forgave her Twitter happy hubby telling CNN, “It’s like, what am I going to do? I am a mom, I was nursing my baby. [Dean] was so devastated about it that I couldn't be mad. I mean it was genuinely an accident.”
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