Technology peace of mind is child’s play
While parenthood will never be easy, technology can lend a helping hand
A friend once told me a story about his two-year-old son who, when presented with a framed picture of his grandparents, attempted to swipe it to change the image. It’s a story that never ceases to raise eyebrows, but is it really so surprising?
Technology and children are inextricably linked – we all know they arrive to the world ready to use features on your iPad that you didn’t know existed. And tech...
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