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In these times when screen time seems like the only way to pass time. Here are some tips and tricks to reduce your child’s screen time for better health.
As I lie a moment face down on the bed, my son finds it amusing to sit on my lower back giving a jolt to my expecting lower back. So, there goes by the thought of taking a breather.
The past few months have been a rollercoaster ride, to say the least. Let’s put it honestly… we have had days when we wanted to run out the door, maybe find a quiet beach and the end of the road and just sit… sit in stillness for one second.
These are some tested things that have worked for me. This doesn’t mean my child is the screen. He gets his share of screen time. But I try to ensure the watches something where maybe he can pick up a good language or if on a system I would pick a show like Dr Binocs which gives some educational content too.
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