If Mrs. Tate wants to write about motherhood, LGBT Cannabis motherhood powered with love fueled by coffee shirt, by all means, write about motherhood. She doesn’t need to post it for the world to see. At least, she could wait until her daughter is an adult, get her consent, and then publish it. But no… Mrs. Tate must publish her thoughts right now. She must show the world her version of her herself, her daughter, her family life, her version of her motherhood. Mrs. Tate says in her article. She went on and painted herself as this defender of a real image of a mom. She wanted the world to know motherhood isn’t perfect, motherhood is hard, she wanted to represent a real image of a mom, daughter, and family. The problem isn’t the daughter’s privacy. In this day and age, we don’t have privacy. None of us do. I think it’s harmless for proud and happy parents to post their baby pictures. I think their children wouldn’t mind that either.
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The problem with Mrs. Tate is not that she is occasionally LGBT Cannabis motherhood powered with love fueled by coffee shirt posting her daughter’s soccer practice on her Facebook. Mrs. Tate is writing a story with herself and her daughter as the main characters. The problem is that her daughter is presented as a character in Mrs. Tate’s fictional world, without much regard to her daughter’s own choices and agency. Mrs. Tate didn’t write about her life as it is, objectively. None of us can do that. We all write from our perspective, we ALL consciously and unconsciously try to make us the good guy even when we try to be honest and self-critical. Mrs. Tate’s motherhood story is not her real life. It is a fantasy world she created based on her own life. Everything is from her perspective, everything is about her being a mother, not her daughter growing up.