People who don't have children will endlessly complain about how once people do have children, their social media feeds become an endless parade of baby pictures and posts crowdsourcing information on ultra-absorbant diapers and organic baby food. Non-parents don't want to see any of this shit.
Here's the thing about social media, though—what you post is a direct reflection of your life. Remember how you used to post albums full of drunken photos in college and now you're only posting pictures of what you're eating for brunch and your dog and what buildings look like from your commute home? Yeah. So, it's only natural when you have a kid that you start posting pictures of the thing that is literally taking up all of your time and energy.
And nothing says, "LOOK AT MY KID RIGHT FUCKING NOW" like this Be a Bag Tote ($420, Anya Hindmarch). It's the analog approach to baby pictures and it's adorable.