Do Your Facebook Friends Post Too Many Baby Pictures?

The creator of STFU, Parents, a blog that gathers Facebook photos and updates from parents who post too much information about their children and pokes fun at them, may have found a group of soul mates in Chris Baker, Peter Marquis, and Yvonne Cheng, creators of browser extension Unbaby.me.

Unbaby.me, for Google Chrome, replaces baby photos in users’ Facebook feeds with “awesome stuff,” such as cats, dogs, cars, or any image-based RSS feed from services such as Reddit or NASA, according to Mashable.

Baker told Mashable:

We just wanted to bring the obvious baby problem to light. A Chrome extension seemed like the perfect way to do it.

Readers: Do you have any Facebook friends who overdo it with baby pictures?

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