A photo taken by a newborn baby and shared on Facebook shows the mother’s face and baby’s face in a single picture.
It has been widely shared and widely debated, sparking a backlash from social media users who are calling for more regulation of social media.
But the photo shows what many in the world of social networking say is an ideal baby picture, one that allows for the viewer to see the child and the baby’s expressions.
The photograph, which was posted by an account called “Moms & Kids,” was taken in an Orlando, Florida, hospital emergency room, where two women had just delivered their baby.
The photograph shows the mothers and their babies sitting in a crib together, as if they were in a hospital.
But it also shows a different child.
The photo shows a child in an upright position.
It does not show a baby sitting in the crib.
The woman’s caption reads, “When the doctor takes the first shot and starts to put the mask on, he turns around and looks right at me, like he’s trying to catch me.
He then smiles and says, ‘We’re going to take this picture.'”
The baby is also smiling.
It is the first time the woman has ever shared a photo of herself smiling on social media, and she said she is trying to educate others about the dangers of sharing such images, and about how to treat a child like that.
The caption says the woman wants others to know that it is okay to share a photo, and that people can “have a laugh.”
“Sometimes I feel like I can’t help but laugh and have a good time, but I think more needs to be done to protect babies from people like this,” the caption says.
She wrote that her mother has been a nurse for 25 years, and said she “can’t even take a photo without being a part of the picture.”
She also shared a link to a Facebook page that has thousands of photos of newborn babies and mothers sharing their babies with strangers.
The post, which had more than 10,000 likes, called the mothers the “perfect mom.”
“They are perfect and all that matters to me,” the post says.
The post went viral, sparking backlash and an apology from the woman, who says she has received death threats and is scared for her life.
A few hours later, the woman’s Facebook account was shut down.
The woman said she had no idea it would result in so much attention.
The photos of the two women have been shared more than 7,000 times and were featured in newspapers around the world.
But many social media sites have since blocked the photos and removed them.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has called for a crackdown on photos of children that are shared without parents’ permission.
The group has been calling for social media companies to take a more active role in regulating the use of child-friendly content.
“The more we see parents using the internet to share and post photos and videos that are child-centric, the more likely that these images will be shared and shared in ways that do not support their health and well-being,” Dr. Jennifer Hovland, the association’s executive director, said in a statement.