If you’re parenting kids today, chances are they’re exposed to electronics in one way or another. My two tweens have low memory phones that allows them to text us and yes, run the internet a bit. They have access to laptops on the main floor of the house and both use google classroom at school. The boy plays games on both Xbox and PS4, and the girl enjoys Minecraft.
These blog posts barely scratch the surface of what I want to write about, but it’s a start. With one kid on the threshold of the teenage years, it’s bound to get much more complicated, soon.
Please feel free to chime in. The comment section is always incredibly enlightening and often displays perspectives from around the world.
Fortnite: mom rules and teens (April 2018 – 9 comments, 14 likes)
Fortnite has taken over the teens.
You’re the only mom who doesn’t allow (March 2018 – 6 comments, 7 likes)
Rules about when to play video games, and how much
Texting kids and the current social climate (March 2018 – 19 comments, 4 likes)
Mobile phones and kids, a personal experience