In this chapter, we map how our thinking around ethical practices in digital storytelling has moved from a normative to a feminist approach, framed by Tronto’s ethic of care philosophy and new materialist authors such as Barad and Haraway. This chapter is our attempt at making sense of these authors’ writings and what “new” ideas emerge in terms of how we see, live and do ethics. To illustrate the shift in our thinking, we provide a digital story that surfaced in one of our classrooms. Thinking with these authors, we will show how ethics is not linear and does not exist at a specific moment in time, but rather can be seen as ongoing, consequential and entangled. We focus on how and by whom and what knowledge is produced, co-created and brought into being in our classrooms and educational contexts. No world is the same. How to care ethically for and with our students, who exist in these multiple realities, but also for ourselves, and the stories that are co-created in this process will always be our focus of concern.