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Richard Gutierrez on Parenting Behind Social Media

Behind the scenes with our third June cover, Richard Gutierrez and Zion.
IMAGE Joseph Pascual
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“We don't look at it like it's a work thing. We see it more as a collective timeline, where years from now we can look back at memories and tell Zion all about it. It's also nice to inspire people, especially young parents like us to find time to travel with their kids and make great memories.”



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“We don't overshare about Zion's daily life. He's only four years old and he should be able to enjoy his privacy and grow properly. But of course during vacations and travels, we post once in awhile on his account, so when he grows up, he can look back at the places he's been to.”


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“My dad was very hands on, but everything was just captured on VHS. [But] due to social media and people having their phones with them constantly, it's very easy to capture moments and memories and be able to look at them wherever and whenever you want.”



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