Cool Tools for Setting Media Limits with Kids

by Christina L. Moreland We are plunging to the end of the summer, and if your kids are like mine, they are having a harder time entertaining themselves WITHOUT begging to be on the iPad or Wii all day long! As a parent it gets exhausting to continually say “No” without feeling like a drill sergeant. These tips will help you incorporate some media limits into the “structure” of your remaining summer days for your kids. Good luck! And please, if you try these tips and have any feedback, feel free to post comments here or on Facebook. — Christina 🙂

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supermomwcapeAbout the Author: Christina Moreland, author of Secrets of the Super Mom, is the Super Mom of a bright, spunky nine-year-old and sweet and sensitive five-year-old. She is passionate about fitness and all sorts of parenting and childcare topics. Her goal with this column is to share fun and interesting information to help other parents create healthy homes. Follow Christina’sSecrets of the Super Mom page on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/SecretsOfTheSuperMom. You can also follow her on Twitter @supermombook or visit her YouTube Channel athttps://www.youtube.com/SecretsOfTheSuperMom.  

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Christina

Christina L. Moreland, is the author of Secrets of the Super Mom, and the Super Mom of a bright, spunky eight-year-old and sweet and sensitive four-year-old. She is passionate about fitness, healthy living and all sorts of parenting and childcare topics. Through her educational products and tools, Christina loves helping moms find solutions in their day-to-day parenting challenges and with their own personal fitness goals. She speaks to moms groups, churches and other community related events, and her writing has been featured in numerous publications. Her goal is to share fun and interesting family-fitness information to help other parents create healthy homes.

2 Comments

  • Dawnetta Navarre

    Reply Reply August 4, 2016

    How do you get your 5 year old to take a nap and stop picking on your older child.

    • Christina

      Reply Reply September 29, 2016

      Hi Dawnetta, Your comment got stuck in the filter, sorry about that! To answer your question, my 5 year old doesn’t nap any longer unless he REALLY needs one. To get him to pick on the older child, I often have to separate them and then they want to play together again. Younger ones needs to be held accountable, just like the older ones.

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