Look Out For Any Embarrassing Details
There's nothing quite so beautiful as a newborn baby asleep on a mother's chest. If this is the photo op you're looking for, just examine the shot closely for any nip slips before sending it. You might not be overly modest about your skin-to-skin session, but your parents might not feel comfortable sharing the picture.
In addition to potential wardrobe malfunctions, keep an eye out for anything you don't want on display. A whiteboard in my hospital room was scrawled with my postpartum to-do list, which included the words "first bowel movement." Not the ideal backdrop for our first family photo.