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April 08, 2013

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The birthday girl picture I posted on FB yesterday was the one chosen by the birthday girl herself. I thought every shot I took of her was gorgeous, of course, but it's her image, her feelings that must be acknowledged and respected.

It's one of many reasons I shuttered my blog. My daughter is no longer a baby. And with her name in the blog title and url, just shifting writing focus wasn't an option.

So much of what I write is about my daughter, I ask permission every time. "Is it ok if I write about this?" She says no, I don't. She's read most of my blog. (Technology teachers in school start with "Google yourself.")

I think that's really a valuable lesson for her: my mom respects my feelings.

I asked my kids (okay, they're pretty much adults) if I could use their last names in the acknowledgments of my book, and in a local bio, because people know their last name more than they know mine.

I had to "teach" my mother not to tag me in the plethora of childhood photos she was posting on FB. I had no problem being there as long as my list of friends didn't the photos, only her 40 friends.

It never ends. Which frankly, can be exhausting.

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