Sure, Facebook accounts make for an easy way for mom to connect with friends and keep them posted on the major milestones like baby's first steps to the mundane — the number of diapers she's changed. But, should the publishing of personal items be up to her or is it appropriate for inquiring minds to pose questions on her wall — have her postpartum stitches healed or what she really thinks of her nanny? Along those lines, what about putting women on the wall spot by asking if their fertility treatment worked, how much they charge to babysit or when they plan on having children? Is this just part of social networking or is it plain rude?
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