"Wherever in the world much poverty is found, much religion is found also"
I think it's weird to concern yourself with what pictures people post. Srsly - I wouldn't think anything of it. Who cares who posts what when?
If it's too many pictures then I would hide them. But I like seeing everyone's pictures. And multiples don't bother me - I come from a big Hispanic Catholic family...I often have family members posting a ton of pictures of the same family event.
It's a happy occasion and if she's my friend then I'm happy for her and her daughter. :)
Mom to Taylor (22), Katie (19), Ben (16) & Grace (13)
"Weird", no, but poor etiquette. I never post pictures or information unless it's MINE. Just because someone sends you something via social media or email doesn't mean they want it broadcasted to the entire world!
I'm being emotive again.
"Life is about dreams. Teaching is about making them come true."
Then again, he probably saw that she was mommy's little girl before he married her so...
I don't think I would do it. I have stopped sharing a lot of photos of Matthew on FB as he has aged. Johnny is getting to that point now. The only difference is that Johnny will still tell me to put something on FB about him occasionally. I don't think either of them will want me posting honeymoon photos.
I think some people just have really different boundaries though. I have a couple of friends online whose mothers share every freaking thing they post. That would drive me crazy, but people are different.
eta that if my pug gets married, I will post her honeymoon photos. Sorry, not sorry.SaveSave
I agree with Kimm though about the kid thing. Ds will sometimes specifically ask me not to post something and I always honour his wishes. Every six months or so I also go back and delete pictures with him in it from FB. Which always makes those "end of the year" posts weird for me because it makes me look like a crazy cat lady .
I will post pictures of Greg's honeymoon if he chooses to marry also