With screens and internet use being so widely available to our children, it seems inevitable that they will soon be surfing the web!
Children spend more time online now more than ever.
With screens and internet use being so widely available to our children, it seems inevitable that they will soon be surfing the web
In my opinion, it is safer to try and keep my children safe while online
rather than trying to stop the inevitable.
The web seems a scary place, especially as a parent.
With a few wrong clicks, adult content could very easily become available to our innocent children so it is important that we put measures in place to ensure they are safe.
This really handy picture posted by Oh Mummy on Facebook is a guide that gives you straightforward, step-by-step instructions on how to implement internet safety in your home.
It also shows you how to turn off in-app purchases which have caused many a parent to panic after they realised their child has run up their credit card bill accidentally.
Laura Doyle, mum of 4. Kyle 9, Noa Belle 4, Briar 2 and Milla 12 months. Breastfeeder, co-sleeper, coffee drinker. Staying positive and inspired by the chaos of it all. Writer and blogger at www.lovelifeandlittleones.com.