5 ways you can get your kids digital use under control for the summer
Don’t be me. When I look at my beautiful daughter, I see a face – or rather I don’t see it – hidden behind a small rectangular screen. The iPhone is her constant companion and she’s often much more engaged with it then she is with me or her mother.
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We waited until she was 13 to hand her a smartphone. Prior to that, she had a feature phone capable of texting and not much else. Those were the good old days. As soon as she got the iPhone,