The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, and the birds are chirping. It’s a beautiful time of year . . . for the most part. But let’s be real, spring can also strike fear in the hearts of parents who realize that in just a few short weeks, the kids will be home. All. Day. Long.
About this time of year, I begin asking myself: “How do I get their faces off their screens and embracing these fleeting days of youth?” It’s a big deal that causes parents to be anxious instead of excited. Instead of images of beaches, barbecue, and lemonade many parents have come to see summer as a season of nagging, arguing, and a lot of cranky looks.
But we do have options. It’s not us against their gadgets, no matter how it feels sometimes.
With a summer family gadget plan we can set expectations, enjoy…