Now that Jenny McCarthy is a mom, she asks the tough, hard-hitting questions!
The Singled Out star says she is often asked how she is going to deal with her son Evan's exposure to her work- particularly her R-rated movies and Playboy spreads! She says:
"I don’t actually know how I will handle these situations. And with the Internet fast becoming a world we share with our children, information about YOU is quite accessible to your little darlings."
And she doesn't just mean for models and movie stars! Anyone with a social media life may feel free to express herself now, but what about when her kids are old enough to access your Facebook page and Twitter account?
Every dirty joke you share, every angry rant, every flirtation- it's all available online! Jenny says:
"Certainly we know we need to help and support our own children as they navigate the web, but do we need to change who we are online to accommodate what other peoples’ children may or may not find?
And if we do this, does this go against how we teach our children to be themselves and never second guess what truly makes them happy? Definitely something to think about."
That's a good question! Do U think we should let our future kids' opinions affect who we are online now?
For more great insights into modern parenting, make sure to check out Jenny's blog!
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