Facebook has added a new feature called Scrapbooks, which takes the photos you've tagged your children in and organises them in one album for sharing.
Many parents already use the social network for posting photos and status updates of their kids. Scrapbooks makes it a little easier to collect all those photos by letting you choose a special tag for your child (such as initials, name or a nickname). Only parents/guardians can tag their children in photos, and when tagged, those photos will be added to the children's customisable scrapbooks.
Friends and family will be able to view the scrapbooks and see how fast the kids are growing. (Note: scrapbooks don't have their own privacy settings, but the individual photos in them keep the privacy settings set on them when they were uploaded.)
Initially, Facebook is only offering Scrapbooks to US users, but it says it will expand the feature over time. If you have Facebook set to US English, you may also have access to it.
To start a scrapbook for your child, go to your profile, click on About, and then Family and Relationships. Click on the "Get Started" button in the invitation to create a scrapbook. The feature is also available on iPhone and Android.