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But I also remember what it was like to be that age. I remember finding my first proxy on school computers, so I could play Runescape while I was supposed to be learning.
Kids are extremely smart, and what they can’t figure out themselves, they’ll turn to other kids to help them.
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But until that time, it’s seriously unhealthy for parents to buy their children these devices, especially since many of them are using them as “child-minders”.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been out for dinner with my family, looked over at another family with two or three children, and seen every person at the table with their face in a screen, parents included.
That makes me absolutely sick. When I was a kid (and still to this day) there were no screens allowed at the dinner table, unless a Redskins game was on, in which case it would be on the TV in the background, but it would be muted.
Dinner time is conversation time. It’s family time. Nobody should have their face buried in a screen when the whole family comes around for dinner.
Parents, I know. I know it’s difficult to raise kids. I’m raising a seven year old little girl right now. But somehow, I’m managing to do so without giving her an iPad or smartphone, and I actually pay attention to her when we’re together. When we go out for dinner, we talk to each other the whole time. When we’re at a store, even if we’re not there for her, we talk and interact the whole time.
Stop giving your kids these devices so that your life is easier. Seriously. It’s getting ridiculous. If there’s a situation where you need to distract them for a certain period of time, give them your phone and turn on parental locks, or carry a cheap spare phone in your purse or in a backpack with you, and let them use that.
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And that wasn’t an isolated incident, though it was by far the worst of them.
I’m not totally against all screens. I grew up with a Game Boy, and I played it all the time. It was the best thing ever. If you want to give your kids a DS or a Nintendo Switch (as they are usable both as a home console and a handheld gaming device), then by all means, go for it.
But don’t give them these incredible wonders of humanity that can literally access any and all information available to us at any point in time. If they become curious about astrophysics or marine biology, sit down with them and help them learn about those things using the wonderous Internet for a couple of hours. Don’t just hand them an iPad and tell them good luck while you browse Pinterest or Pornhub.
Here, we get down to the bottom of this crisis: parents don’t want to parent anymore. Hey, if they can hand them a device that can literally answer any question, why do they need to do that anymore? They’ll have way more free time, and they won’t need to hear their kid talk, well, EVER! It’s the answer to every parent’s prayers.
Except it’s not. Your kid is missing out on some of the best interaction with you that they’ll ever have. Sure, when my daughter asks why it rains, or how fish can breathe underwater, I could just hand her a device and tell her to look it up, but it’s WAY more fun and much cooler for her to hear those things from her daddy.
Likewise, younger kids don’t want to read about everything. They like the idea that their parents know everything, and what they don’t know, they can find out for them and let them know as soon as possible. Most kids will sit on a tablet and play games for eternity, but that’s not what they really want. They really want to wrestle with daddy, or paint their fingernails with mommy (or vice versa; I’m not saying that dads can’t paint nails, as I’ve done so for my daughter many times).
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