Child Safe Settings for Windows 10 Computers

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Thankfully, companies are finally including additional options to provide parents with the ability to better restrict technology use by children. Microsoft does this through “Windows Family Settings.” Before you can set up Windows Family Settings, you will need two primary accounts. First, you need an email account for each child who will use the computer (or one that is shared by all). Don’t […]

Child Safe Settings For The iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

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We’re a pretty geeky family.  Well, the husband and I are, at least.  Our kids are tech-savvy, but that’s just a product of growing up in America today.  I don’t think it necessarily earns you the ‘Geek’ title.  Come to think of it, I’m not exactly sure what the requirement is these days. At any rate, technology is […]

A Crash Course on Bipolar Disorder

Because I’m vocal about my diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, I am often contacted for information by people who are affected by the condition, either personally or through a family member or friend.  To quickly bring someone up to speed, I wrote a short reference guide on the illness, so I thought I would share it […]

How To Childproof Your Television

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As parents, we know we need to monitor the media our children consume, but with constantly emerging devices, it’s easy to forget about the good old fashioned delivery system.  The television.  Thankfully, we have some easy to implement tools at our disposal.  Read further to learn how to utilize them most efficiently for your family. […]

Why Our Bedroom Is A Kid-Free Zone

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Parenthood brings all sorts of realizations and surprises – some profound and some small.  One thing that was shocking to me after our first child was born was the amount of ‘stuff’ that comes with kids.  In the early years, it’s equipment.  A swing, bouncer, exersaucer, bottles, breast pump.  The list goes on and on.  […]