I don't know if your kid(s) have figured out how to take pictures and videos on your apple devices, or if you even have an apple device. for the purposes of this blog and because it's what our house has and knows, let's say you do.
if they haven't, I can't honestly comment as to whether I consider this a pro or a con. probably both.
as a result, all our Apple devices are chalk full of, for the most part, blurred and misaligned selfies, a zillion shots of his toes, the couch arm, the ceiling, complete blackness and the occasional perfectly composed shot of his junk.
and those are just the photos.
it took a little while, but the draw of the red record button was eventually too much to resist. so then we had (still have) hundreds upon hundreds of video clips, ranging from 1 second to 10+ minutes long, depending on whether he forgets he's pressed record and wanders off.
the videos are animated versions of his photos. lots of close ups of his face, his toes, the couch arm, the ceiling, total blackness. LOTS of scratchy running around the house with the ipad jostling under his arm, so many of his sweet voice repeating all his new words (predominantly sixty-six of course) and recently, some pretty graphic videos of his junk.
this boy knows exactly what he is doing.
won't give you the fine details of the junk videos, but use your imagination and you won't be far off.
maybe some parents would be horrified or ashamed or whatever unnecessary emotion people feel they need to attach to bodies or bodily functions. not us. we laughed. hard.
I try to remember to go through the photos and videos on his ipad every night to delete the anywhere from 30-1500 pics and vids he's taken that day (he often just holds the shutter down for minutes at a time taking 400 of the exact same picture) but I'll admit, occasionally, I forget.
as a result, if a photo or video of my kids dangley bits shows up on FB or instagram, rest assured it's just because he's figured out how to do that too (and I forgot to clean up his ipad).