Android has several ways to secure a childs device, the newest recently released from Google in the GooglePlay store is called ‘Family Link.’ It lets me do two things that are critical to my large, multi-device family. It provides global parental controls based on the family and child’s google account, and allows applies those restrictions to each device the child uses and to online content and store access.
Microsoft Parental Controls are global controls and restrictions set by the parent after a Microsoft Family account has been made. These restrictions follow the user across all Microsoft devices, therefore, the limits you place on your childs PC are also in effect on thier XBox. This can be very useful if you keep these handy tips in mind.
The second part of the iOS tools we have is their version of parental controls, which they refer to as “restrictions.” I fully planned on doing a deep dive into how to set restrictions. However, the amazing journalists at iMore.com did this for us less than a year ago. I will hit the high spots and things that were issues for my use, and for the rest, I will simply defer to them
In our house, to promote healthy device use, we also utilize recharging and storage along with other daily necessities to help build good device hygiene in younger children.
Back to school time is here! As the kids head off to class, remember to stay positive, be mindful of how your excitement sounds, be happy for them, not glad to be rid of them, and remember to listen closely to any concerns or fears they have.
We have come to a conclusion in our household: Fair does not mean Equal and equal is not always fair, and that’s OK. Our children, and even society to an extent is all hung up on being fair and equal, however. Sometimes however we have the do what is best or most just, not fair or equal. To properly parent, we are required to do what is right for our children as we see it at that time. Proper Parenting is often full of hard choices.
This is the second in a series of posts intended to demystify the car-buying process for the average parent. In the last post, we broke down the process into several distinct steps. Here is my process, in depth, for answering this first question, “Why am I here?” Why am I replacing my vehicle? Hopefully, you can find some insight here that makes your process easier or your life better.
Over the last few weeks, I have decided to replace my Mini-van, the family grocery getter. What I would like to do over the next few articles is to break down my process for those in the same situation. It doesn’t matter why you need to replace your vehicle, or if you are buying the first one for your new family. The process should be the same.