What happens when the heartfelt ambitions of parenthood meet the ubiquitous opportunities of social media? “Sharenting” happens any time an adult in charge of a child’s well-being, such as a parent or a teacher, transmits private details about a child via digital channels. The problem, of course, is that even though we may be the parent or guardian, kids are human. They’re vulnerable, and they know that a picture posted is now “out there” for anyone to see at any time in the future. The debate over “sharenting” remains: is it a right or is it a request we make of our kids? In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss how to solve the problem of parents and kids on Instagram.