Update on Gryphon Wifi Router

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Last week I mentioned Gryphon, the new wifi router and parental control app that can help parents keep their kids safe online. Frankly, there’s good reason to get a safety net in place: Most children are exposed to the internet at the age of 6, and 70% of children see inappropriate content by accident. In just 2 […]

Kids and Technology: Gryphon Wifi Router

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This post is sponsored by Gryphon. Once upon a time, we had no filters on our internet. Our wifi was securely protected with a password, and our kids had to have me enter the password each time they accessed the internet on our family laptop. I was able to carefully supervise and limit each child’s […]

Lil’ Fishys: Super Fun Fish Toys for Kids

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My children have never had a huge assortment of toys. We tend to focus on things that can be used in a variety of ways–Legos, K’Nex, Lincoln logs, miniature cars, dolls and accessories–and avoid the pricey toy fads. Recently, though, our three little ones fell in love with some really awesome fish toys that meet my […]

Kids and Technology: A Real-Life Example of What Can Go Wrong

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Guest post by a concerned mom Kids & Technology: A Real-Life Example of What Can Go Wrong It all came out on the last day of our vacation. We had rented a condo in Park City, UT, and decided to head home a day early. Elisabeth was finishing up the dishes in the sink while […]

Kids and Technology: Is Your Child Safe?

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Kids and Technology - Is Your Child Safe

Guest post by Mark Buzard. We live in amazing times. And we live in dangerous times. When I was a kid, you could call people on the phone or send them letters and get a reply a couple of weeks later. You took pictures, sent them in to get developed, and got them back a […]

Teaching Toddlers to Help

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Teaching Toddlers to Help

Guest post by Susan Mathis Every mom knows that no child loves to help more than a toddler does. Often, though, it seems that these little ones can be more of a hindrance than a help. However, there are many jobs that toddlers can do more or less on their own, and even more that […]