Digital adventures in babysitting
The march of technology has meant that there are now plenty of new and innovative ways to look after the kids
While the art of making babies has remained basically the same since the beginning of human existence, the task of finding someone to look after them is becoming increasingly digitalised.
Many parents will confess to using the TV as a babysitter and, in an age when every family owns several smartphones and/or tablets, children are often left to their own devices for hours on end while parents get on with other seemingly more pressing issues....
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