I’m so glad the argument has finally moved in a positive direction. I remember one concerned parent who actually shielded her child’s eyes whenever a screen was present in the room.
At the very least hopefully a new generation of parents won’t feel like they are being stigmatized for doing something that everyone else was doing anyway.
While I completely agree with the need to vary a child’s experiences, and to make sure they are able to successfully engage with the world around them, I also think it’s important to distinguish between creative and non-creative screen time.
“Joé?” That’s Fizzgig!
What else is the kid going to do when his mother and her three friends are all on screens full time anyway?
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