As the tech generation grows up, many of us will have to face important decisions regarding our children and their use of social media. In an age where everyone has a Facebook or Twitter, it can be hard to impose restrictions and boundaries. Luckily, babies are too young to even be posting online yet鈥 right?

Nope, wrong. Thanks to these new toys designed by Laura Cornet, a design academy graduate student, babies are getting in on the social media craze, though perhaps unwittingly. And while we can鈥檛 figure out if these toys are cute or creepy, we do know one thing; they aren鈥檛 like anything we鈥檝e seen before.

The toys can be hung like a mobile above a crib. Each 鈥渋con鈥 has a specific function. For example, the Facebook icon automatically takes selfies when the baby is in sight, then posts to, what else, Facebook.

A GPS squeeze toy posts the baby鈥檚 location every time they grab it. A ball takes a photo every time it鈥檚 rotated, then posts the shot to the cloud.

In theory we imagine these toys could be pretty cool for parents. We like the idea of being able to capture truly candid moments of our kids when they鈥檙e in bed or rolling around considering their first steps on the floor. But automatic cloud and social media sharing raises some questions about privacy that we think should be answered before we install any of these in cribs.

What do you think? Has technology and oversharing gone too far with these toys? Is this just the way of the future? Let us know in the comments below!