Child custody matters are complicated. When you are going through things with your children or your ex, you might be tempted to turn to social media to vent. The average person spends around 50 minutes per day on social media, but this doesn't mean that you should use this time to beat down your ex or discuss matters that are best left private.
Some people tend to overshare on social media. Essentially, it is easy to forget that what you share on sites like Instagram, Twitter or Facebook can leave a permanent footprint. Even if you delete posts, there is still a chance that someone took a screenshot before you deleted it.
If you do make posts online, make sure that you are respecting everyone's privacy. Even your children have a right to this so be sure that you don't share things that might embarrass them now or later. You also don't need to demean your ex or say things that might put them in a bad light.
Remember that no parent is perfect, including you. This might help you decide what is worthy of sharing on social media. Ultimately, your posts might be used in a court case, so don't say things that you will regret down the road.
It might be a good idea to set social media terms in your parenting plan. This gives you and your ex guidelines to follow when trying to determine whether something is appropriate to share on social media sites. Remember that it might be possible to change these terms as your child grows up and can have more of a say in what they want shared.