W.H.O.’s Updated Screen Time Guidelines – And Why They Don’t Change my Screen Time Rules

On April 24, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) issued new screen time guidelines for children under 5. The guidelines state that children age 1 and under should have no screen time, and children ages 2 to 4 should have no more than 1 hour of “sedentary screen time” per day.

Missing Link is Missing Something

Apparently yeti/sasquatch movies are a thing now. There’s Smallfoot, the upcoming Abominable, and, released this past weekend, Laika’s Missing Link. While potentially too violent for

Paper Books vs. eReaders – Is there a Difference?

Researchers studying toddler-parent interactions while reading found less interaction when reading electronic books as opposed to print books.