Devices top the charts among the most-wanted gifts, but there are other gifts out there that provide device-free fun, engage kids in creative pursuits and challenge them to interact with friends, siblings, cousins and, oh yeah, us parents.
Smartphones are becoming a scourge for diners and restaurant owners. Owners are now providing options to park the phones to enjoy device free dining.
Apps are a great way to help kids learn. But a new study finds that 95% of apps for kids under 5 contain at least one type of advertising.
Need some inspiration for fun, device-free time together? Here's some inspiration and a few ideas!
Creating and recalling passwords is quite possibly the most frustrating part of being a computer user. Parent's struggles are multiplied by each child whom they must manage.
Being and raising good citizens is of utmost importance. In honor of Digital Citizenship Week, we posted a tip-a-day. We've pulled together all the tips from this week in one handy post.
On Saturday, October 6th, we were at the Mom Expo at The Oaks Mall in Thousand Oaks. We met a lot of great folks, heard your concerns about online safety and conducted a drawing for a $50 Target Gift Card.
There are a number of concerns associated with loss of sleep in adolescents. But a new research study has linked risky behavior to loss of sleep. Read on for info and how you can help your child.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? We will be at the Mom Expo in Thousand Oaks. Check out the details!
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