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    Default How do I tell someone to stop posting photos of my kids on FB?

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    I'd just straight up ask her to take them down. I always ask before I post and people who know me in anyway will ask me. Especially if its pictures of my kids.

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    Just tell her you're not comfortable with her posting photos of you and your children on Facebook. I think it's so rude to just post pics of other people's kids without asking. I don't usually mind photos of my son being posted but if you have a problem with it you have every right to say so.

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    I would just be straight up about it. I always ask people to not post photos of our children, if they do I just ring, text or Facebook message them and say something like
    ' hi Sarah, my husband and I are very particular about what photos of our children are placed on social media. Could you please remove any photos of our children you have loaded up and just check with me next time if you want to post some thanks. I know this might be a bit awkward but it's just how we feel. No hard feelings. Thanks.'

    Every time I have had to do that everyone has been very apologetic and sorry, say they totally understand and remove them. Never had any awkward moments with them after.

    Good luck

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    Just tell her you don't like it.

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    Just tell her you don't want photos of your kids on the internet. That's pretty understandable and reasonable.


 

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