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So I log on to facebook and


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I'm friends with my mom on there.... but I limited some of her privileges. She can't see pictures when somebody else tags me (who knows where I might end up?).

She's also not allowed to comment on anything of mine, since she tends to comment on every damn thing (and it looks really dumb).

So far she hasn't asked me why she can't comment anything. If she does, I guess I'll just play dumb and say her internet must be broke. Maybe the intertubes are clogged?

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My teen kids were given permission to have a Facebook if and only if they added me and my wife as friends.

My 16 year old blocked us a little while later. So I blocked FB through the router settings.

And his phone has no internet. And FB is blocked at school.

After a while they get used to it. I don't respond to their posts but I am in the loop. And if they don't want me know, they keep it off FB.

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