The Short of It
Your kids may be too young for a Facebook account, but now you can create an online scrapbook about them to store and share photos with family and friends through the social media platform.
The "Scrapbook" feature will allow parents to create customizable photo albums of their kids through the site.
This solves a few problems for parents: Currently, kids under 13 aren't permitted to have Facebook accounts, which means "tagging" your baby in pictures to create a timeline for him isn't a possibility. Plus, many parents also worry about their kids having an online presence at a young age.
With "Scrapbook," you can name the album after your child or use a nickname to tag him. You can choose which family members to share the album with, and only parents (if designated as "parents" on Facebook) can add photos to it.
If you're like me, you're probably taking a million photos of your kids with your phone and posting your favorites on social media, so it makes sense that this feature is being offered. It would be an entirely new (and time-consuming) project to create a conventional baby book photo album. This seems much easier, both to create and to share.
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