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  1. findingourfeetorg
    January 22, 2015 @ 9:44 am

    I agree, the key is to balance, but if they aren’t that interested in it, run with it! We only have one child so far (dearly praying for more) and we didn’t really give her screen time prior to 2 years old. Even now, we limit her screen time to the occasional family video and a few other things here and there (Christmas specials or Winnie the Pooh). She really likes the home videos but won’t sit through a show of anything else. She always ends up getting up and playing or reading instead. With the exception of shows, she has a really good attention span and ability to keep herself entertained. I like that and want to foster that for as long as I can. That being said, I think certain media can be very beneficial, especially when they are a little older than mine. Thanks for sharing! I’m visiting from the Pintastic Pinteresting Party. 🙂

  2. Heidi
    January 23, 2015 @ 11:00 pm

    Thanks for stopping in Finding Our Feet! Screen time definitely becomes more of a discussion as they get older. We also have some children that it became an issue with, and others that it didn’t.

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