Instagram Makes Parents Feel More Clueless Than We Really Are
All these self-styled experts online drown out the intuitive voice of the parent and sow doubt in every decision that they make.
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Elisabeth Sherman is the food and drink editor at Matador Network. She lives in New Jersey.
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