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10 Reasons Why I Will Continue to Give my Children Handheld Devices

Last week the Huffington Post ran this article titled 10 Reasons Why Handheld Devices Should be Banned for Children Under the Age of 12.

As an educator who advocates for the intentional and appropriate use of technology, I could go on about this forever. 801 more words

rainydayreflections reblogged this on Rainy Day Reflections and commented:

I'm taking a few minutes to reblog this post because I'm so happy to see a post about the positives of technology. Technology is here to stay and I think it's important that we teach our children how to appropriately take of advantage of all it offers. It shouldn't be used as a "babysitter" or a reward anymore than watching TV should. Technology should simply be a part of life. Take time to learn all there is out there in the technology world for children (and for you). You'll be pleasantly surprised. (Ok , I'm stepping down off my soapbox.) Thanks for a great post Hipmombrarian.

My Sweet Boy

I have one grandson. His name is Noah. He’s almost 4 years old now. For me it was love at first sight. I’m pretty sure he likes me, too. 405 more words

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Treasuring the Moment

Friday I had the delight of having my grandsons spend the night with us.  It’s one of my favorite things!

In the morning, after spending time with The Lord, I started some writing. 405 more words

Weekend Images

Grandsons, Kids, what else?  Didn’t go anywhere this weekend just hung around.  Got a surprise visit from my grandsons so here are a couple of images.   71 more words

Fuji Cameras

Secret Sanctum

Was barely eight when first I found,

This hidden hollow for my sticks and stones,

and hunted sea glass; from the world around,

I never tired, in this blissful zone. 148 more words

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Hanging out with the boy.

The passage of time gives you wrinkles, but if it also gives you grandchildren—even just one—you’ve come out ahead.

Looking for someone to trade information with, joke with, or help you hammer out life’s big questions, someone who appreciates your opinion? 558 more words

Adrian Fogelin