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I've always been pretty laid back about screen time, but lately it seems it has been harder to monitor. We have iPhones, computers, iPads, gaming systems, regular boring TV...I can't keep up with who is watching what and on what device....more
At least once a week, we find ourselves in a situation where one or both kids must sit somewhere boring and wait quietly. Sometimes it's for an appointment, sometimes it's while we take one to gymnastics or the other to her therapy session, and the other kid has to tag along because the other parent is occupied....more
My young kids are constantly wanting to watch television shows on the internet. I usually let them watch one show a day after all their schoolwork and chores are done, but since they're only 6 and 4, I don't feel comfortable leaving them to their own devices for that half hour....more
My kids love to watch TV. There, I've said it. And guess what? I love to watch TV too, preferably something without cartoon animals and catchy theme songs that I find myself singing while strolling through the grocery store....more
A few weeks ago, I told y'all about our decision to cut the cable...meaning, instead of paying a monthly subscription for a cable/satellite service, we're utilizing free and reduced-price options for our TV viewing. ...more
We have a lot to protect our kids from in the digital age. Commercials, age inappropriate content, time limits etc. I am always looking for new ways to improve my boys' (and my) experience with digital devices while still keeping them safe from content I don't want them seeing....more
These days, Alexis will happily stare at the black box 10 hours per day if left unchecked. Sure, she plays while she watches, but she occasionally will stop midway through drawing a masterpiece and stare slack-jawed at the screen....more
Controlling television and screen time has become a struggle in many households. I spent most of my childhood without cable. The internet did not come into play until I was in high school and my cell phone was a giant brick....more
Really, how can you beat having a chance to show your kids things like Inspector Gadget? Of course, you might not have loved Inspector Gadget as much as I did, but I bet you might find some of your favorites on there too....more
My kids live in a totally different world of TV than what I grew up with. It still cracks me up whenever my kid comes across a new show and wants to watch another one right away. I inform them that we haven't started to record that series and therefore we don't have any other episodes for them to watch....more