A conversation with my clever children led to a simple way to put screen time in perspective. A month into the idea and it's working better than I truly thought possible.
Our family time had gotten way off course. After a season of perpetual busy-ness we lost perspective on what spending time together looked like. Last post I talked about our Family TechReboot; how we were able to step away from our screens and move toward eachother. I was determined to keep the healthy offline habits we'd enjoyed on our tech-free cabin get away.
Less than 24 hours into our time disconnected from technology, we all agreed we wanted to keep this real connection going. This time, it wasn't just me. (Because, it usually is just me griping about too-much screen time.) This time the idea came from the kids. I couldn't be more excited. Because those ideas that the kids come up with - those are the habits that tend to stick.
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