I got one. A pretty cute one, if you ask me.
Apparently that's not what everyone sees.
I got a notification that someone had commented and, to my surprise, when I went to read it and respond my picture of my cute, chunky baby was gone. Interesting. I know Instagram has issues all the time so I didn't think much of it, figured it'd be back up later on.
Until I checked my email and saw that that photo had been reported and removed due to inappropriate content.
I went back to my camera roll to double check. No frontal nudity, not even a butt crack can be seen in this picture. Sure, obviously he's naked but didn't Anne Geddes get famous for photographing naked babies and putting them on greeting cards and calendars?
I'm still in shocked and a little mad.
Would I post pictures of Kendall naked? Absolutely not! Not even her bare booty. I have a rule, if they're under one it's OK and ONLY if it's the booty. Only cute, little, chubby, dimply baby butts. Frontal is never OK, ever. There are boundaries when it comes to sharing pictures, definitely. I've shared bath time pictures, where everything is covered also, and those never got reported and removed. So I guess bath time nudity is OK?
Baby butts are not pornographic, at all, and if someone sees them that way then they need to check themselves. I hate that we live in a world that we even have to think about people viewing innocent, young children that way. I am their mother and I'd like to think I can make good decisions when it comes to what I chose to share about MY children. I find it offensive that someone else took that responsibility from me when they chose to report this innocent picture.
Where do you stand on this subject? Like I said, I think there is a fine line but I hardly think this picture of my sweet boy crosses it.