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Social media has made it possible for parents to share every small detail of their kids’ lives, inspiring Blair Koenig to create her blog, “STFU Parent,” to poke fun at some of the worst oversharing offenders. She and therapist Kimberley Blaine talk about the culture of parental TMI.