By Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America - Lena Waithe, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=67931354
Taking screens away from my kids was no easy feat, especially for the kid who we so often need a break from. This is hard, but isn’t it all?
Not only was TV working as part of my parenting routine, we also unashamedly used it as a babysitter.
Not only was TV working as part of my parenting routine, we also unashamedly used it as a babysitter. Yes, you read that correctly!
Lately I’ve been finding inspiration and empowerment in women-led detective shows and how they are shaping survivor narratives.
There’s a reason I turn to Friends when I get depressed. Ok, I lied, there are several reasons.
If there are any of you who liked the finale of Roseanne, raise your ridiculous hand. Because everyone knows that sh*t SUCKED.
Some weeks are longer than others.
I am surprisingly unstressed about the amount of screen time our 1 year old is getting. Image: Thinkstock.
Once upon a time, the only thing to consider was “Does your kid watch too much TV?” But now it seems like nearly everyone can agree that kids these days spend far too much time looking at screens of all sorts.
Step into some duds that are just as recognizable as, say, a sexy cat—but way more inventive.