Kids act like we act

After reading this piece by Austin Kleon, I was reminded of what I wrote recently about cutting device time for my kids.

Putting them both together, if I want my kids to spend less time on devices and bugging me about device time I need to be on my stuff less. They see what I do and judge that as normal so if they’re always asking to be on an iPad or watch TV, what actions have they seen me perform that has made this state of affairs normal to them?

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