If you have teenagers or children in college, you know that occassionally they need some cash from you. Sometimes more than occasionally and sometimes they are adult children who still mooch off of you.
Giving a one-year old their own tablet computer may be a little controversial, but there is no denying the fact that children use technology younger than ever. My own five-year old can navigate a computer better than my mother.
If you think your toddler needs a tablet and you don’t want to share yours, check out the Vinci tablet, which is designed for children 0-4 years old.
The official start to summer is just hours away and the kids are already home and driving you crazy, so it’s time to start thinking about planning that summer vacation.
The days of calling up a travel agent are long gone. Pick up your phone and check out these apps. Read more
With children younger and younger using the internet for entertainment purposes, it’s becoming more and more necessary for parents to monitor their usage.
AVG Technologies – the great people who have given you the antivirus and anti-malaware software – have created a solution for parents. AVG Family Safety gives your child the freedom to roam the web, but also keeps you informed of what they’re doing. Read more
My daughter is an only child, and at four and a half, sometimes she can get a little lonely.
And at four and a half, she’s also very tech savvy having recently asked me if she could download something. So apps are a big part of my parenting. I should write a parenting book, I know. Read more
Like most first-time moms, when I had my daughter I had no idea what I was doing.
And starting daycare at 16 months old was no exception. Sure they gave me a list of things to bring to the school, but it didn’t occur to me to label anything. Read more